Document 17294

2012-13
MARYLAND
WOMEN’’S BASKETBALL
WOMEN
2012-13 Schedule
Game Notes
10-2, 1-0 ACC
AP: 8/COACHES: 8
(2011) RPI: 6
#8 MARYLAND
Fri. Nov. 9
Sun. Nov. 11
Sat. Nov. 17
Wed. Nov. 21
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W, 88-47
W, 88-45
L, 49-50
W, 94-54
ACC/Big Ten Challenge - Lincoln, Neb.
Wed. Neb. 28 at #19 Nebraska
BTN
W, 90-71
Mon. Dec. 3
Jimmy V Classic - Hartford, Conn.
at #2 Connecticut
ESPN2
L, 48-63
Thu. Dec. 6
Sat. Dec. 8
Tue. Dec. 11
Thu. Dec. 20
VIRGINIA*
GEORGE MASON
at Towson
at Delaware
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W, 79-55
W, 90-40
W, 88-43
W, 69-53
Terrapin Classic - College Park, Md.
BROWN
-HARTFORD
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W, 76-36
W, 72-40
Fri. Dec. 28
Sat. Dec. 29
MOUNT ST. MARY’S
at Loyola
at St. Joseph’s
AMERICAN
Thu. Jan. 3
Sun. Jan. 6
Thu. Jan. 10
Sun. Jan. 13
Thu. Jan. 17
Sun. Jan. 20
Thu. Jan. 24
Sun. Jan. 27
at #15 North Carolina*
#19 FLORIDA STATE*
MIAMI*
at Virginia Tech*
NC STATE*
at Georgia Tech*
#15 NORTH CAROLINA*
at Clemson*
ESPN3
ESPNU
--RSN
ESPN2
RSN
ACCDN
7:00
1:30
7:00
2:00
8:30
3:00
8:30
5:00
Sun. Feb. 3
Fri. Feb. 8
Mon. Feb. 11
Thu. Feb. 14
Sun. Feb. 17
Thu. Feb. 21
Sun. Feb. 24
Thu. Feb. 28
BOSTON COLLEGE*
at Wake Forest*
at #3 Duke*
CLEMSON*
at Virginia*
at Boston College*
#3 DUKE*
at #19 Florida State*
-RSN
ESPN2
ESPN3
ESPN2
-ESPN2
ESPN3
2:00
6:30
7:00
7:00
5:00
7:00
3:00
7:00
Sun. Mar. 3
WAKE FOREST*
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2:00
Mar. 7-10
at ACC Tournament (Greensboro, N.C.)
Mar. 23&24
at NCAA First Round
Mar. 25&26
at NCAA Second Round
Mar. 30-Apr. 2 at NCAA Regionals
Apr. 7-9
at NCAA Final Four (New Orleans)
All times Eastern; * - ACC Game
Media Relations
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Cell
Email
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Media Relations Fax
Website
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301-314-9094
www.umterps.com
AT #15 NORTH CAROLINA
Thursday, January 3, 2013 • 7:00 p.m. ET
Game #13 • Away Game #7
Chapel Hill, N.C. • Carmichael Arena
Watch: ESPN3
Listen: Terrapin Sports Radio Network (AM 1300, AM 570)
Storyline
• Maryland is ranked No. 8 in this week’s Associated Press poll and in the ESPN/USA Today Coaches poll.
• Thursday’s game will be the 72nd meeting between Maryland and North Carolina. The Tar Heels own the
series, 36-35, but the Terps have won the last four straight meetings and six of the last seven. Most recently,
Maryland won 84-64 on Feb. 24, 2012 in College Park off 20 points and 14 boards from Alyssa Thomas, 14
points from Alicia DeVaughn and 13 from Laurin Mincy.
• In Saturday’s 72-40 win over Hartford, Alyssa Thomas led with 22 points, 11 rebounds, Tianna Hawkins
had 16 points, Alicia DeVaughn notched 13 rebounds and points, and Tierney Pfirman scored 11.
• The Terrapins welcomed volleyball player Caitlin Adams to the roster this week. Adams is a 6-3 senior
forward from Leawood, Kan. that played her junior and senior seasons with the Terrapin volleyball team, after
transferring from Texas A&M. She saw action in 184 sets and notched 146 blocks in her two seasons as a Terp.
• Alyssa Thomas, Tianna Hawkins and Laurin Mincy were all named to the Preseason All-ACC Team and
Thomas was voted the Preseason Player of the Year by the Blue Ribbon Panel. Thomas and Mincy were also
named to the Wooden Award Preseason Top 30 and Thomas, Mincy and Hawkins made the Naismith early
season watch list. The Terrapins were picked to finish second in the league, behind Duke.
• The Terps lead the nation in rebounding with their rebounding margin of +19.3. They are sixth in the
country in scoring margin, field goal percentage and assists and ninth in field goal percentage defense. Tianna
Hawkins is the ACC”s leading scorer with 18.8 points per game and is second in the nation with her field goal
percentage of .647. She is No. 2 in the ACC on the boards. She is sixth in school history with her 873 rebounds
and is tied with Laura Harper. Alyssa Thomas is No. 7 in the ACC in scoring and No. 3 in rebounding.
2012-13 Terrapins
No.
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Player
Pos Ht Exp. Yr Hometown
PPG RPG Other
Sequoia Austin
G 5-5 2V Jr. Greenbelt, Md.
2.3
1.1 Walk-on that earned a scholarship as a FR
Laurin Mincy
G 6-0 2V Jr. Newark, N.J.
8.6 3.8* Tore right ACL On Nov. 28 at #19 Nebraska
Brene Moseley
G 5-7 1V So. Burtonsville, Md.
6.9 2.7* Tore left ACL on Oct. 21 in team scrimmage
Malina Howard
C 6-4 HS Fr. Twinsburg, Ohio
7.0
5.0 No. 6 overall recruit, No. 1 post in 2012 class
Essence Townsend C 6-7 3V Sr. Paterson, N.J.
1.9
2.3 Tore right ACL on Nov. 5 vs. Goldey-Beacom
Alicia DeVaughn
C 6-4 2V Jr. West Palm Beach, Fla.10.5
7.9 Named to All-ACC Defensive Team
Chloe Pavlech
G 5-9 HS Fr. Cincinnati, Ohio
4.3 3.9* No. 23 point guard in 2012 class
Tianna Hawkins
F 6-3 3V Sr. Clinton, Md.
18.8
9.8 ACC’s leading scorer currently
Tierney Pfirman
F 6-2 HS Fr. Williamsport, Pa.
8.3
3.4 No. 22 overall recruit, No. 5 forward in ‘12 class
Alyssa Thomas
F 6-2 2V Jr. Harrisburg, Pa.
14.8
9.3 ACC Player of the Year, WBCA All-American
Caitlin Adams
F 6-3
-Sr. Leawood, Kan.
--- Volleyball player who joined the team in Jan.
Katie Rutan
G 5-8 2V R-Jr. Ambler, Pa.
8.3
3.1 Transfer from Xavier that sat out 2011-12
*assists per game; Moseley’s and Townsend’s points/rebounds averages from 2011-12
MARYLAND WOMEN’S BASKETBALL • WWW.UMTERPS.COM • 2006 NCAA NATIONAL CHAMPIONS
2009, 2012 ACC CHAMPIONS • 9 Elite Eights • 4 Final Fours
2012-13 Maryland Women’s Basketball
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2012-13SEASON OUTLOOK
COLLEGE PARK, Md. - The 2011-12 Terrapins proved that Maryland was
back as a national power and contender in the ACC and in the country. Head coach
Brenda Frese and her staff are now looking forward to watching their team take it
to the next level. The Terps ended the 2011-12 season ranked No. 5 in the major
polls, took home the program’s 10th ACC title and went to the Elite Eight for the
fourth time under Frese. They will open the 2012-13 season right where they left
off and are ranked No. 4 in Lindy’s preseason top 25.
“I know that some of the preseason talk has our team pretty highly regarded.
That’s nice to see,” Frese said. “We set our standards high here at Maryland. We
want to win championships. We want to cut down nets. I want to see our players
dancing in the confetti and our terrific fans celebrating. We were fortunate enough
to see some of that last year and when you get a taste of it, you want more.”
“This year’s team really has a chance to do some special things. If we can stay
healthy and master some of the stuff we’re working on, we can play with anyone.
Best of all, it’s a really great group of people that are a blast to work with.”
The 11 players that make up the Terrapin roster this season are known for
getting it done at any level they’ve played. Between them, they’ve won multiple
state championships at the high school level and five of them were named a high
school All-American by at least one outlet.
“I really like how this group goes about their business,” Frese said. “They are a
motivated bunch that’s willing to work and they are achievers. We knew when we
recruited what’s now our junior class that they would become the core of our team.
Then you add in Tianna Hawkins, who’s development in her time here at Maryland
has been off the charts and that’s a huge bonus.”
The Terrapins lost three seniors after last season in Lynetta Kizer, Kim Rodgers
and Anjale Barrett. Rodgers and Barrett were in College Park for five seasons each
and Kizer was a mainstay in the Terps lineup.
To make up for the losses after last season, Maryland brings in three highlyrecruited freshmen in Malina Howard, Chloe Pavlech and Tierney Pfirman, who
together make up a class that was ranked as high as No. 6. Throw in the addition
of redshirt junior guard Katie Rutan from Xavier and the Terrapins’ newcomers
could account for quite a punch.
“We’ve added three new players who are each going to play vital roles for us.
So far, they’re doing well. I’ve had a few observers tell me they don’t really look
that far behind in workouts and that’s encouraging,” Frese said. “We also will have
Katie Rutan at our disposal after she sat out last season. Katie adds to our firepower
and can flat out shoot the ball. She’s also a very smart and crafty player who brings
intangibles to our team. She’s in our business school here at Maryland, which is
really hard to get into.”
Now with high-level, high-pressure experience, Frese and the staff know they
can begin to let the Terps take over on the court themselves.
“I really like it when I have a team that I can trust and let them just play basketball
at times. I don’t want to have to call every move. This team should be able to do
that,” Frese said. “In my previous 10 seasons at Maryland, I don’t ever remember
having the depth of firepower that we should have on the bench this year.”
“One of the great things about this group is that whenever we’ve challenged
them, they’ve always responded really well. Two days after our season ended last
year, our players were ready to get to work in our Basketball Performance Center.
When you step back, they had a great season, but they weren’t satisfied. They had
a similar mentality two years ago when we lost in the second round of the NCAA
Tournament and came back very hungry.”
QUICK FACTS
2012-13 MARYLAND WOMEN’S BASKETBALL ROSTER
No. Player
Pos.
Cl.
Ht.
Hometown/High School (Previous School)
0
Sequoia Austin
G
Jr.
5-5
Greenbelt, Md./Holton Arms School
1
Laurin Mincy
G
Jr.
6-0
Newark, N.J./University HS
3
Brene Moseley
G
So.
5-7
Burtonsville, Md./Paint Branch HS
4
Malina Howard
C
Fr.
6-4
Twinsburg, Ohio/Twinsburg HS
5
Essence Townsend C
Sr.
6-7
Paterson, N.J./Paterson Catholic HS
13
Alicia DeVaughn
C
Jr.
6-4
West Palm Beach, Fla./Blanche Ely HS
15
Chloe Pavlech
G
Fr.
5-9
Cincinnati, Ohio/Sycamore HS
21
Tianna Hawkins
F
Sr.
6-3
Clinton, Md./Riverdale Baptist
22
Tierney Pfirman
F
Fr.
6-2
Williamsport, Pa./South Williamsport Junior Senior HS
25
Alyssa Thomas
F
Jr.
6-2
Harrisburg, Pa./Central Dauphin HS
32
Caitlin Adams
F
Sr.
6-3
Leawood, Kan./Notre Dame de Sion School
40
Katie Rutan
G
R-Jr.
5-8
Ambler, Pa./Springside School (Xavier)
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Brenda Frese
Tina Langley
Marlin Chinn
David Adkins
Head Coach – 11th Year (Arizona ‘93)…319-118 in 14 seasons overall
Associate Head Coach, Recruiting Coordinator – 5th Year (West Alabama ‘96)
Assistant Coach – 4th Year (Hampton ‘92)
Assistant Coach – 4th Year (Radford ‘89)
Chris Campbell
Zach Kancher
Mike Bowden
Megan Rogers
Heather Arianna
Rose DiPaula
Jen Elkonoh
Libby Ellis
Katie Fowler
Jim Knight
Director of Basketball Operations – 3rd Year (Duke ‘96)
Director of Scouting and Player Development - 2nd Year (George Washington ‘03)
Video Coordinator - 2nd Year (Florida ‘08)
Assistant A.D. - Sports Medicine - 1st Year (SUNY Cortland ‘03)
Associate Director for Academic Support - 4th Year (Syracuse ‘92)
Assistant Director - Media Relations - 3rd Year (Maryland ‘09)
Program Manager - 9th Year (York College)
Assistant to the Recruting Coordinator - 1st Year (Maryland ‘12)
Director of Basketball Performance - 1st Year (Truman State ‘08)
Equipment Manager
Location: College Park, Md.
Conference: Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC)
Enrollment: 37,000
Founded: 1856
Colors: Red, White, Black, Gold
Nickname: Terrapins, Terps
Arena (Capacity): Comcast Center (17,950)
President: Dr. Wallace Loh (Grinnell College ‘65)
Athletics Director: Kevin Anderson (San Francisco State ‘79)
2011-12 Overall Record: 31-5
2011-12 Conference Record: 12-4 (3rd)
BASKETBALL HISTORY
First Year of Basketball: 1971-72 (41 years)
Overall Record: 805-391 (.673)
ACC Record: 274-208 (.569)
NCAA Tournament Appearances/Last: 20/2012
National Championships: 1 (2006)
Final Fours: 4 (1978, 1982, 1989, 2006)
Elite Eights: 9 (1978, 1982, 1988, 1989, 1992, 2006, 2008,
2009, 2012)
Sweet Sixteens: 13 (1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1988,
1989, 1992, 2006, 2008, 2009, 2012)
ACC Championships: 10 (most all time - 1978, 1979, 1981, 1982,
1983, 1986, 1988, 1989, 2009, 2012)
PRONUNCIATION GUIDE
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BRENE MOSELEY
MALINA Howard
ALICIA DeVaughn
CHLOE PAVLECH
TIANNA Hawkins
TIERNEY PFIRMAN
Katie RUTAN
Brenda Frese
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klo-EE PAV-leck
tee-AHN-ah
TEER-nee FIR-man
ROO-tan
FREEZE
2012-13 Maryland Women’s Basketball Notes
2012-13 Maryland Women’s Basketball
“Our returning players should definitely be battle-tested. They really faced some
pressure situations last season and they thrived in them. I also think some of our
players learned they could push themselves harder and farther than they might’ve
originally believed. That’s when you see players and a team grow. We saw that
last season and we hope it continues this year.”
Point Guards
The Terrapins lost their starting point guard in Anjale Barrett, who was in College
Park for five years. Towards the end of the season last year, Barrett’s young student,
Brene Moseley, started to show signs of being ready to take over. After a summer
of hard work, Moseley showed she was closer to taking the reins. Unfortunately,
Moseley suffered an ACL tear on Oct. 21 that puts her out for the season.
“Anybody that watched our team last season saw Brene Moseley have some
terrific moments for us. As we got deeper into the season, I felt really confident
with her on the floor in pressure situations.” Frese said. “We are disappointed for
her that she has another obstacle to overcome, but she has already proven how
strong she is. We know she will come back stronger than ever in her physical ability
and in her knowledge of the game next year.”
This summer, Laurin Mincy, Katie Rutan and Moseley all attended Point Guard
College to learn more about the vital role of floor general. The Terrapins also bring
in Chloe Pavlech.
“Laurin Mincy played some point for us last year and is a good option,” Frese
said. “Chloe Pavlech will get a lot of reps in practice and she’s a bright kid. She’s
worked very hard since arriving here and she’s strong. Also, the way our offense
is designed, it doesn’t have to be a point guard that gets us into what we want to
run.”
Fans can expect to see Mincy, Pavlech, and even Alyssa Thomas and Tierney
Pfirman, run the point this season, as the Terps cover the position together.
Wings
The Terrapins have some of the strongest wings in the country in Alyssa Thomas
and Laurin Mincy, and will look to utilize the strengths of Katie Rutan and Tierney
Pfirman as well.
“We think we have terrific combinations of wing players we can put it on the
floor. It starts with Alyssa Thomas and Laurin Mincy, who, as sophomores, really
had some great games together,” Frese said. “When I recruited them, I thought they
could complement each other well and that’s worked out. They can each score, but
they’re both unselfish.”
Both Thomas and Mincy raised their percentages and averages across the
board last year, and the Terps will count on similar numbers this year as well.
Mincy averaged 13.1 points per game as a sophomore, more than an eight-point
difference from her freshman year.
“Katie Rutan gives us another terrific shooter from the perimeter. She can really
get it going and hit threes in bunches,” Frese said. “She hits dagger shots and if
teams want to zone us, Katie can really make them pay. As we’ve also seen in the
past two seasons, Sequoia Austin is someone that can enter the game, hit shots
and bring energy.”
Rutan averaged 8.0 points per game and shot over 39 percent from outside
the arc in her two seasons at Xavier, a top 10 program at the time.
“Tierney Pfirman is one of our freshmen and she really has a chance to be a
good player. She’s sort of cut from the same cloth as Marissa Coleman and Alyssa
Thomas, in that she’s a big, strong body who can play on the perimeter. She has
a nice feel for the game and she’s another player that can shoot the ball.”
Frontcourt
The Terps’ biggest strength last year was dominating inside - on the glass
and scoring in the paint. They led the ACC, and the nation for most of the year,
in rebounding with over 45 rebounds a game. They finished on the glass as well,
averaging over 35 points a game inside.
“What I love about our front court is we really have players that have developed
right before our eyes,” Frese said. “None came in anywhere close to a finished
product, but each has grown. We should have a very solid rotation of players and
they each do some different things.”
“Tianna Hawkins has made herself into a big time player. She led the nation
in field goal percentage last season and set a school record with 24 rebounds in a
game. She can shoot the ball out to the three-point line and she can make difficult
finishes around the basket. She’s one of the most efficient players you’ll ever see.”
“If you ask me who on our roster has a chance to improve in the way Tianna
and Laurin Mincy did last season, my answer would probably be Alicia DeVaughn,”
Frese said. “She’s had a great offseason. I thought towards the end of last season,
we started to see her do some things that were really encouraging and she’s already
our best defensive player. I’m excited to see what she’ll do this year.”
“We are so happy to welcome Malina Howard to the mix,” Frese said. “She is
the kind of player you build a program with and she’s a truly special person. Her
inner drive is something very few people can match. She wants to do everything
not just good, but great. She’s also the kind of person that makes everyone around
her better. Coaching her, you only have to tell her something once and she gets it.”
Staff
Frese is fortunate enough to bring back her staff of Tina Langley, Marlin Chinn
and David Adkins back for a fourth year all together. In their three years together,
they’ve gone 76-26 with two NCAA tournament appearances, an Elite Eight appearance and an ACC Championship.
“I am very fortunate to have an incredible staff,” Frese said. “I’ve always been
a big believer in hiring great people and helping them shine. The biggest thing
working for me is that you better have a great work ethic. If you don’t have that, it’s
going to be a struggle.”
“Last summer, I promoted Tina Langley to Associate Head Coach and that’s a
reward for a job very well done. She’s made an incredible impact on our program
in every way imaginable,” Frese said. “We call David Adkins ‘the Ambassador,’
because he’s one of those people that is a phenomenal representative of our
program. Everywhere he goes, he leaves a positive impression of Maryland. And
if David is the ambassador, Marlin Chinn is ‘the Mayor.’ We kid him, because he
seems to know everyone everywhere. Marlin, just like the others, is devoted to
Maryland, what we’ve built here and what we want to sustain.”
Frese brings in three newcomers in Libby Ellis, Katie Fowler and Megan Rogers.
“Libby Ellis used to be one of our managers and she did such a great job, we
kept her around. She’s got a really bright future in this business,” Frese said.
“Katie Fowler is our Basketball Performance Coach and she probably has more
contact with our players than anyone. She’s working with Kyle Tarp and they’re
on the cutting-edge of basketball performance training, helping our players be the
best they can be. It’s amazing when we see all the time our players have invested
in performance training pay off on the court.”
“Working in conjunction with Katie and Kyle is Megan Rogers, our new trainer.
Megan has a really interesting background that will allow her to help our players in
many ways. She has experience in physical therapy, which, I think, can really help
us with injury prevention.”
Schedule
Matchups with 16 teams that earned bids to 2012 postseason competition highlight the 2012-13 schedule. The Terps will play eight games against NCAA
Tournament teams from last year.
Frese and the Terps will welcome Boston College, Clemson, Duke, Florida State,
Miami North Carolina, NC State, Virginia and Wake Forest to Comcast Center in
this upcoming season. They will face all of those teams on the road as well, except
for Miami and NC State.
“If you look at our schedule, we’ve managed to put together some challenging
stretches for our team,” Frese said. “We’ve got a lot of road games in our nonconference portion. Those can be tricky, especially when they’re at places like
Nebraska, Connecticut and Delaware, who will all be highly-ranked.”
“It goes without saying that the ACC schedule always presents challenges
against some worthy opponents. As the number of games increases, that doesn’t
get any easier. The other thing for our fans to keep in mind is that as our ACC
schedule has expanded to 18 games, it shrinks the size of our non-conference
schedule.”
MARYLAND TERRAPINS: 2006 NCAA Champions • 2009 & 2012 ACC Champions
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2012-13 Maryland Women’s Basketball
Last Time Out
SeriesInfo
The Series
• This is the 72nd meeting between the Tar Heels and
the Terps.
• Most recently, the Maryland beat North Carolina,
84-64, on Feb. 24, 2012 in College Park.
• Maryland is 35-36 all-time vs. North Carolina. The
Terps have won the last four straight and six of the last
seven matchups, dating back to 2009.
• Maryland head coach Brenda Frese is 9-9 against
North Carolina.
• The Terrapins beat No. 1 North Carolina 98-95 in
Chapel Hill on Feb. 9, 2006.
• Maryland beat No. 1 North Carolina again that year,
81-70, in the NCAA Semifinal on April 2, 2006.
Last 5 vs. UNC
North Carolina leads, 36-35
2/24/12
H
W 84-64
1/8/12
A
W 78-72 OT
1/23/11
H
W 88-65
3/4/10
N
W 83-77
1/17/10
A
L 64-75
Series Quick Facts...
Overall:
North Carolina leads, 36-35
Frese vs. UNC:
9-9
First Meeting:
UNC 69, MD 68 (2/7/76)
Last Meeting:
MD 84, UNC 64 (2/24/12)
Series Record in College Park:
18-12
Comcast Center:
4-3
Series Record at UNC:
9-20
Series Record at Neutral Sites:
8-4
Current Series Streak:
Maryland 4-0
Longest Maryland wins streak:
8
Longest UNC win streak:
7
Most Maryland points:
104 (1/6/88)
Most UNC points:
106 (1/24/94)
Fewest Maryland points:
49 (1/30/00)
Fewest UNC points:
52 (twice)
MD largest margin of victory
UNC largest margin of victory
+34 (104-70, 1/6/88, A)
+30 (76-106, 1/24/94, A)
In overtime:
2-1
Statistical Comparison
Maryland
77.6
49.8
+27.8
.484
.318
.299
.291
3.7
.772
47.1
27.8
+19.3
19.3
16.3
17.1
+0.8
4.4
7.6
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North Carolina
Scoring Average
70.4
Scoring Defense
54.6
Scoring Margin
+15.8
Field Goal %
.403
FG% Defense
.317
3-point FG%
.287
3-point FG% Defense
.248
3-point FG Made/Game
4.3
Free Throw %
.606
Rebound Avg.
46.8
Rebounds Against Avg.
41.6
Rebound Margin
+5.6
Assists/Game
14.1
Turnovers/Game
22.5
Turnovers Forced/Game
25.1
Turnover Margin
+2.6
Blocked Shots/Game
6.4
Steals/Game
15.5
Maryland is ranked No. 9 in this week’s Associated Press poll and in the ESPN/USA Today Coaches poll.
• In Saturday’s 72-40 win over Hartford, Alyssa Thomas led with 22 points, 11 rebounds, Tianna Hawkins
had 16 points, Alicia DeVaughn notched 13 rebounds and points, and Tierney Pfirman scored 11.
• The Terrapins welcomed volleyball player Caitlin Adams to the roster this week. Adams is a 6-3 senior
forward from Leawood, Kan. that played her junior and senior seasons with the Terrapin volleyball team, after
transferring from Texas A&M. She saw action in 184 sets and notched 146 blocks in her two seasons as a Terp.
• Thursday’s game will be the 72nd meeting between Maryland and North Carolina. The Tar Heels own the
series, 36-35, but the Terps have won the last four straight meetings and six of the last seven. Most recently,
Maryland won 84-64 on Feb. 24, 2012 in College Park off 20 points and 14 boards from Alyssa Thomas, 14
points from Alicia DeVaughn and 13 from Laurin Mincy.
Storylines
• Building off of their Elite Eight berth, the Terrapins return four of five starters and seven letterwinners from
their 2012 ACC Championship team. They led the ACC in scoring and rebounding last season and return
73.5 percent of their offense and 75 percent of their shooting.
• Alyssa Thomas, Tianna Hawkins and Laurin Mincy were all named to the Preseason All-ACC Team. and
Thomas was voted the Preseason Player of the Year by the Blue Ribbon Panel. homas and Mincy were also
named to the Wooden Award Preseason Top 30 and Thomas, Mincy and Hawkins made the Naismith early
season watch list. The Terrapins were picked to finish second in the league, behind Duke.
• Now in her 11th season at Maryland, head coach Brenda Frese increased the program’s winning percentage
by 10 percent (currently over 74 percent from 64 percent). She’s brought the program its first national
championship, four Elite Eights and eight NCAA Tournament appearances in her 10 postseasons. Frese has
also brought in nine top 15 recruiting classes and brought home two ACC titles.
• The Terps are again one of the nation’s tallest teams with their average height just over 6-0. Seven of the
team’s 11 players are over the 6-0 mark. Six are 6-2 or taller.
• Thomas earned the program’s second triple-double with 11 points, 12 rebounds and 11 assists vs. George
Mason. Marissa Coleman had the first with 15 points, 14 rebounds and 10 assists vs. UCSB on Dec. 2, 2006.
ACC-olades
• Junior Alyssa Thomas was named the ACC’s Player of the Year last March.
• Thomas was the second sophomore ever to win, after Duke’s Alana Beard did in 2002. Thomas is the
fourth Terrapin and third in five years - Vicky Bullett won in 1989, Crystal Langhorne earned it in 2008 and
Kristi Toliver was honored in 2009.
• Thomas was also named a WBCA All-American, AP First Team All-American and USBWA All-American.
• In her 10-year tenure, head coach Brenda Frese’s players have earned 26 All-ACC honors, including eight
First Team awards. She’s coached 11 All-Freshman Team members, three Players of the Year and four
Rookies of the Year.
• Senior Tianna Hawkins was named to the All-ACC Second Team for her first postseason honor.
• Junior Laurin Mincy was named All-ACC Honorable Mention as well.
• Junior Alicia DeVaughn was named to the ACC All-Defensive Team. She is the second Maryland player to
earn the defensive honor. Renneika Razor was honored in 2002 and 2003.
• Sophomore Brene Moseley was voted to the All-Freshman Team and earned a spot on the ACC AllAcademic Team.
Home Sweet Home
Maryland has been a dominant home team, especially over the last decade.
• The Terps are 440-124 (.780) all time in College Park, dating back to the inaugural 1971-72 season.
• Maryland is 147-29 (.835) all time in Comcast Center.
• The Terps are also 147-29 (.835) at home under Brenda Frese, whose first season in College Park was the
inaugural season of Comcast Center.
• The Terrapins are 96-5 (.950) all-time in non-conference games in Comcast Center.
• The Terps own one of the longest home win streaks in ACC history. They won 48 straight home games
starting Nov. 9, 2007 with a 76-52 season-opening win over Princeton. The streak ended on Jan. 21, 2010
with an 80-77 loss to Miami.
Milestones, Streaks, etc.
• The Terrapins have outrebounded their opponents in all 12 games this year, 45 of 48 games since the
beginning of last season, and 73 of 80 games, dating back to the 2010-11 season.
• The Terps have won 96 of 101 non-conference games since moving into Comcast Center.
• Maryland has won at least 20 games in eight straight seasons.
• Junior Alyssa Thomas has scored in double digits in 68 of 78 games in her career and the last six straight.
• Senior Tianna Hawkins has scored in double figures in 11 out of the Terps’ 12 games this year and the
last nine straight.
2012-13 Maryland Women’s Basketball Notes
2012-13 Maryland Women’s Basketball
Stiff Competition
Maryland will once again play one of the toughest schedules in the country.
• Matchups with 16 teams that earned bids to 2012 postseason competition highlight the 2012-13 schedule.
• The Terps will play eight games against 2012 NCAA Tournament teams.
• Head coach Brenda Frese and the Terps will welcome Boston College, Clemson, Duke, Florida State,
Miami, North Carolina, NC State, Virginia and Wake Forest to Comcast Center in this upcoming season. They
will face all of those teams on the road as well, except for Miami and NC State.
Glass Cleaners
• The Terps, one of the most dominating rebounding teams in the country last year, have picked up right
where they left off. They’ve outrebounded their opponents this year 565-333 for a nation-leading rebounding
margin of +19.3.
• Maryland outrebounded opponents 1631-1167 in its 36 games last season for a rebounding margin of
+12.9, which was second in the country to Liberty’s +15.6. They won the battle on the boards in 33 of 36
games.
• The Terps are averaging 16.9 offensive rebounds per game this year.
• Of their 377 missed shots this year, the Terps have grabbed 203 offensive boards, which means they have
grabbed an offensive board on 53.9 percent of their missed shots.
• Of their opponents’ 469 missed shots this year, the Terps have grabbed 362 defensive boards, which
means they have grabbed the rebound on 77.2 percent of their opponents’ missed shots.
• The Terrapins ended the 2010-11 season No. 5 in the NCAA in rebounding margin (+12.1).
Owning the Paint
• The Terps have outscored their opponents in the paint this year, 499-240, for an average of 41.6 to 20.0.
• The Terrapins beat their opponents in the paint last year, 1302-795. That’s 37.2 points in the paint per
game for the Terrapins to their opponents’ 22.7.
• Maryland has held its opponents to 20 points in the paint or less in nine of 12 games this year.
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Terps in the Polls
ESPN/USA Today Coaches Top 25 - Jan. 1
• Eight Terrapins are averaging 20 minutes or more per game.
• Maryland’s bench is averaging 19.3 points per game to its opponents’ 13.8 (231-166).
• The Terps had three or more players in double figures in 10 of 12 games this year.
Maryland is one of the most consistent winning programs in the country:
• Maryland is ranked No. 8 in this week’s Associated Press poll and in the ESPN/USA Today Coaches poll.
• The Terps made their first appearance in the AP Top 5 on Dec. 12, 2011 for the first time since they ended
the 2008-09 season ranked No. 3.
• This week marks the 136th week head coach Brenda Frese has had a team ranked in her career.
Maryland vs. Ranked Teams Under Brenda Frese
Since Brenda Frese took over in 2002-03, Maryland has 44 wins over Top 25 teams, including eight last
year alone.
• The Terps won 10 games over ranked teams in the 2005-06 season, including six over top 10 opponents
2012-13 Rankings Watch — Terps & Opponents In The Polls
Maryland – AP High/Low: 5/11
Maryland – ESPN/USA Today High/Low: 5/10
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Double-Doubles
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ACC PRESEASON POLL
1. Duke (29)
2. MARYLAND (18)
3. Georgia Tech
4. Virginia
5. North Carolina
6. Miami
7. Florida State
8. NC State
9. Wake Forest
10. Clemson
11. Virginia Tech
12. Boston College
PRESEASON ALL-ACC TEAM
Alyssa Thomas (Jr.), MARYLAND*
Elizabeth Williams (So.), Duke
Chelsea Gray (Jr.), Duke
Tyaunna Marshall (Jr.), Georgia Tech
Natasha Howard (Jr.), Florida State
Tianna Hawkins (Sr.), MARYLAND
Laurin Mincy (Jr.), MARYLAND
Ataira Franklin (Sr.), Virginia
Marissa Kastanek (Sr.), NC State
Stefanie Yderstrom (Sr.), Miami
*-Preseason Player of the Year
ACC NEWCOMER WATCH LIST
Alexis Jones, Duke
Malina Howard, MARYLAND
Jonquel Jones, Clemson
Xylina McDaniel, North Carolina
Uju Ugoka, Virginia Tech
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and four over top five teams.
• Under Frese, Maryland has beaten 16 top ten teams, most recently No. 5 Duke on Feb. 19, 2012 and
has eight wins over top five teams.
• Maryland has five wins over No. 1 teams in its history, including two in Frese’s time. The Terrapins beat
No. 1 North Carolina twice in the 2005-06 season.
Maryland Among ACC’s Best Last Ten Years
Maryland has been one of the top programs in the ACC over the past 10 seasons.
• With 262 wins since 2002, Maryland is third among all ACC schools in regular-season wins.
• The Terrapins have finished in the top four of the ACC in six of the last seven years.
• The Terps captured the 2009 ACC regular-season title and the 2009 ACC Tournament championship.
Most recently, they won the 2012 ACC title.
Maryland in the ACC
Maryland is in its 36th season as a member of the Atlantic Coast Conference. The Terps became a member of
the conference in 1977-78 - the first year the ACC had women’s basketball. They won the first ACC Tournament
in 1978.
• The Terps are 274-208 (.568) all-time in ACC games.
• Under Brenda Frese, Maryland is 93-54 in ACC games (.633), including 74-27 (.733) in the last eight
years.
• In the last five years, the Terps are 52-21 (.712) in league games.
• Maryland is 52-23 (.693) in ACC games at home in Comcast Center. All are under Frese.
Double-Doubles
In the Terps’ 12 games this year, three have notched 13 double-doubles, including a triple-double. In 36 games
last season, five Terrapins notched 27 double-doubles.
• Tianna Hawkins has six. Most recently, she had 16 points and 16 boards at Delaware.
• Alicia DeVaughn has two this year. She had 13 points and 13 boards vs. Hartford.
• Alyssa Thomas notched her sixth double-double of the year with 13 points and 13 rebounds at Delaware.
• Thomas earned the program’s second triple-double with 11 points, 12 rebounds and 11 assists vs. George
Mason. Marissa Coleman had the first with 15 points, 14 rebounds and 10 assists vs. UCSB on Dec. 2, 2006.
Thomas Shines
2011 ACC Rookie of the Year Alyssa Thomas had a phenomenal freshman season, leading the team and the
ACC in many statistical categories. As a sophomore, she picked up right where she left off en route to being
named 2012 ACC Player of the Year and a WBCA All-American.
• Thomas was voted ACC Preseason Player of the Year by the Blue Ribbon Panel in October.
• Thomas is the second sophomore ever to win ACC Player of the Year, after Duke’s Alana Beard did in
2002. Thomas is the fourth Terrapin and third in five years - Vicky Bullett won in 1989, Crystal Langhorne
earned it in 2008 and Kristi Toliver was honored in 2009.
• Thomas is the seventh Terrapin to be named a WBCA All-American and first Maryland sophomore to earn
the honor.
• She scored in double figures in 32 of 36 games and had 10 double-doubles last year.
• Thomas was named ACC Tournament MVP. She is just the seventh player and first underclassman ever
to be named Player of the Year and MVP in the same season.
• She picked up four ACC Player of the Week honors as a sophomore - more than any other player this
year. She was named to the All-ACC First Team.
• She had 17 points and 10 rebounds to hit 1000-point mark vs. Navy in the first round of the NCAA
tournament. She became 27th Maryland player to break the mark. Thomas is the second-fastest Terrapin to
reach the landmark, as she needed only 63 games, while Crystal Langhorne did it in 60.
• She started off her career in the ACC with five double-doubles in her first six ACC games.
• She earned a new Maryland record for Rookie of the Week awards with seven in 2010-11. Previously,
Crystal Langhorne and Marissa Coleman were tied with five each.
• She was named to the All-ACC Second Team as a freshman. She was the first freshman to make the
Second Team or better since Coleman made the Second Team in 2005.
Mincy Makes Improvements
After recovering from an ACL tear in her left knee suffered as a senior in high school, Laurin Mincy has made
huge strides in her game last season to become an All-ACC Honorable Mention honoree. She tore her right
ACL at No. 19 Nebraska on Nov. 28 and will sit out the rest of the season.
• Mincy was voted to the Preseason All-ACC Team in October.
• Mincy missed her senior season at University High School in Newark, N.J. due to her injury.
• She saw action in 31 of 32 games and made one start as a freshman. She averaged 16.4 minutes per
game and 4.9 points per contest.
2012-13 Maryland Women’s Basketball Notes
2012-13 Maryland Women’s Basketball
• As a sophomore, she averaged 13.1 points per game - an 8.2 improvement. She upped her field goal
percentage from .382 as a freshman to .436 last year, and her three-point field goal percentage from .274
to .400.
• Mincy was named to the All-ACC Honorable Mention team as a sophomore.
Automatic Hawkins
Coming out of high school, Tianna Hawkins was ranked 125th in her recruiting class. She’s worked to get in
the best shape of her life and is now one of the most efficient post players in the country. She was named to
the All-ACC Second Team and All-ACC Tournament Team. Coming into this season, Hawkins was named to
the Preseason All-ACC Team and the Naismith watch list.
• Hawkins went 187-300 from the field last year for the nation’s best field goal percentage of 62.3 percent.
She is once again one of the most efficient finishers in the country, shooting .695 from the field (41-59).
• At No. 22 Georgia Tech, she went 11-13 from the field and at Virginia a week later, she went 12-13.
• She was one of the best in the ACC in rebounding with 10.0 boards per game. She also leads in offensive
rebounds with 5.0 per contest.
• She scored in double figures in 32 of 36 games and had 10 double-doubles last year.
• She averaged 5.4 rebounds per contest as a sophomore and has upped that by more than four rebounds
per game as a junior.
• On Feb. 13, Hawkins was named ACC Player of the Week as she shot 72 percent from the field, averaged
18.3 points per game and 8.3 rebounds per game in the Terps’ three games. The next day, the USBWA
named her it’s National Player of the Week.
• Hawkins was named ACC Player of the Week for the second straight week on Feb. 20. She shot over 77
percent from the field, averaged 22.5 points per game and 11.5 boards per game.
Overtime is Our Time
The phrase, “Overtime is our time!” became one of the catch phrases from the Terps’ 2006 title run. That 200506 team went 6-0 in overtime games that year and won the national title in extra time vs. Duke.
• Maryland is 14-2 (.875) in overtime
All-Time Top ACC Attendance Records
games in head coach Brenda Frese’s
Attendance
Date 10 years.
1. North Carolina at Maryland
17,950 Jan. 28, 2007
• In the 2007-08 season, Frese was
(Comcast Center, College Park, Md.)
not on the sidelines for two of the
2. Duke at Maryland
17,950 Feb. 18, 2007 Terps’ overtime games. She missed a
(Comcast Center, College Park, Md.)
97-86 double overtime loss at North
3. Duke at Maryland
17,243 Feb. 13, 2005 Carolina on Jan. 26, 2008 and a 74-71
(Comcast Center, College Park, Md.)
win at Virginia Tech on Feb. 4, 2008,
4. Duke at Maryland
16,344 Feb. 22, 2009 due to her pregnancy with her sons.
(Comcast Center, College Park, Md.)
• The Terps’ only overtime loss with
5. Florida State at Maryland
16,135 Feb. 24, 2008 Frese on the sidelines was a 95-91
(Comcast Center, College Park, Md.)
loss at Florida State on Jan. 16, 2005.
6. Duke at Maryland
(Comcast Center, College Park, Md.)
7. Duke at Maryland
(Comcast Center, College Park, Md.)
8. Duke at Maryland
(Comcast Center, College Park, Md.)
9. Virginia at Maryland
(Cole Field House, College Park, Md.)
10. Duke at Maryland
(Comcast Center, College Park, Md.)
11. Connecticut at North Carolina
(Dean Smith Center, Chapel Hill, N.C.)
12.Virginia at Maryland
(Comcast Center, College Park, Md.)
16,097
Jan. 8, 2006
15,531 Jan. 14, 2008
15,150 Feb. 19, 2012
Attendance Continues
to Soar
For the past seven seasons, the Terps
have set school records and ranked
14,500 Feb. 12, 1992
in the top 10 nationally in overall attendance, home and away. Maryland
13,446 Feb. 22, 2004
has played before 100,000 fans in six
12,722 Jan. 19, 2009 consecutive seasons - all under head
coach Brenda Frese. Over the last
12,066 Feb. 8, 2008 three years, the Terps have ranked
at least sixth nationally in home attendance.
•
After 15,150 fans came to the
Duke game on Feb. 19, 2012, the Terps now own all 10 of the ACC’s top attendance records.
• 96,401 fans came to see the Terps play at Comcast Center in 2011-12 - more than any other ACC school.
Team Tyler
In September 2010, Brenda Frese’s two-year old son, Tyler Thomas, was diagnosed with leukemia. He started
treatments immediately at Johns Hopkins in Baltimore and has been clear from leukemia cells within the last
few months.
• In 2010-11, some starters from the 2006 national championship team - Marissa Coleman, Shay Doron,
Laura Harper and Kristi Toliver - got together and formed the Team Tyler Foundation.
• The Team Tyler Foundation raises money for leukemia research and patients at Hopkins.
• For more on the Team Tyler Foundation, please log on to teamtylerfoundation.com.
MARYLAND TERRAPINS: 2006 NCAA Champions • 2009 & 2012 ACC Champions
2012-13
RECORD WHEN...
Overall ............................................................................... 10-2
In ACC Games..................................................................... 1-0
vs. Ranked Opponents ........................................................ 1-1
vs. 2012 NCAA Tournament Teams ..................................... 2-1
At Home............................................................................... 6-0
Away .................................................................................... 4-2
Neutral Sites ............................................................................ Leading at the Half ............................................................ 10-1
Trailing at the Half................................................................ 0-1
Tied at the Half ........................................................................ In Overtime .............................................................................. Games decided by 10 or more points................................ 10-1
Games decided by 6-10 points ................................................ Games decided by 5 points or less ..................................... 0-1
Score 80 or more points ...................................................... 6-0
Score 70-79 points .............................................................. 3-0
Score 60-69 points .............................................................. 1-0
Score 50-59 points .................................................................. Less than 50 points ............................................................. 0-2
Allow more than 80 points ....................................................... Allow 70-79 points ............................................................... 1-0
Allow 60-69 points ............................................................... 0-1
Allow 50-59 points ............................................................... 3-1
Allow less than 50 points ..................................................... 6-0
Posting Higher FG% .......................................................... 10-0
Opp. Posts Higher FG% ...................................................... 0-2
Shoot 50% or above from the field ...................................... 7-0
Shoot 46-49% from the field .................................................... Shoot 41-45% from the field ................................................ 2-0
Shoot 36-40% from the field ................................................ 1-0
Shoot 31-35% from the field ................................................ 0-2
Shoot 30% or lower ................................................................. Allow 50% shooting or above .................................................. Allow 46-49% shooting from the field ...................................... Allow 41-45% shooting from the field .................................. 1-0
Allow 36-40% shooting from the field .................................. 1-1
Allow 31-35% shooting from the field .................................. 1-1
Allow 30% shooting or lower ............................................... 7-0
FT% better than opponent ................................................... 7-1
FT% worse than opponent .................................................. 3-1
FT% equal to opponent ........................................................... FT% better than 90%........................................................... 1-0
FT% 81-90%........................................................................ 4-0
FT% 71-80%........................................................................ 4-0
FT% 61-70%........................................................................ 1-2
FT% 60% or worse .................................................................. Opponent FT% above 90% ................................................. 2-0
Opponent FT% 81-90% ....................................................... 1-0
Opponent FT% 71-80% ....................................................... 1-1
Opponent FT% 61-70% ....................................................... 2-0
Opponent FT% 60% or worse ............................................. 4-1
Make 8 or more three pointers ................................................ Between 4-7 three pointers ................................................. 5-0
Less than 4 three pointers ................................................... 5-2
Opponent makes 8 or more three pointers .............................. Between 4-7 three pointers ................................................. 9-2
Less than 4 three pointers ................................................... 1-0
Outrebounding Opponent .................................................. 10-2
Outrebounded by Opponent .................................................... Rebounds are Equal ................................................................ Less turnovers than Opponent ............................................ 6-0
More turnovers than Opponent............................................ 3-2
Turnovers are Equal ............................................................ 1-0
One player in double figures.................................................... Two players in double figures .............................................. 0-2
Three players in double figures ........................................... 5-0
Four players in double figures ............................................. 4-0
Five or more players in double figures ................................ 1-0
None ........................................................................................ Leading with 10:00 minutes left ......................................... 10-1
Trailing with 10:00 minutes left ............................................ 0-1
Tied with 10:00 minutes left ..................................................... Leading with 5:00 minutes left ........................................... 10-1
Trailing with 5:00 minutes left .............................................. 0-1
Tied with 5:00 minutes left ....................................................... Leading with 1:00 minute left ............................................. 10-0
Trailing with 1:00 minute left ................................................ 0-2
Tied with 1:00 minute left......................................................... On Monday .......................................................................... 0-1
On Tuesday ......................................................................... 1-0
On Wednesday .................................................................... 2-0
On Thursday ........................................................................ 2-0
On Friday ............................................................................. 2-0
On Saturday ........................................................................ 2-1
On Sunday........................................................................... 1-0
In November ........................................................................ 4-1
In December ........................................................................ 6-1
In January ................................................................................ In February .............................................................................. In March................................................................................... In April...................................................................................... -
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Fear the Turtle!
in theACC...
ACC Statistics (1/2)
NCAA Statistics (12/31)
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Field Goal Pct.
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Field Goal Pct. Defense
3-Point FG Pct. Defense
Rebounding Margin
Offensive Rebounds
Blocked Shots
Assists
Steals
Turnover Margin
Assist/Turnover Ratio
Statistic
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3
9
7
131
1
1
4
5
66
1
6
10
254
5
141
2
12
Offensive rebound stats not kept by NCAA.
AlyssaTHOMAS
Scoring
Rebounding
Assists
Free Throw Percentage
Steals
Assist/Turnover ratio
Offensive Rebounds
Defensive Rebounds
Triple-Doubles
Doublr-Doubles
14.8
9.3
5.2
.814
2.3
1.3
2.8
6.6
1
6
7
3
T-4
7
12
10
T-11
2
166
65
43
99
181
134
18.8
9.8
.647
.882
4.4
5.4
6
1
2
3
2
1
6
7.9
.648
3.0
9
2
9
151
1.1
14
249
3.9
2.0
10
3
126
44
.392
1.7
9
9
224
T-2
T-22
TiannaHAWKINS
Scoring
Rebounding
Field Goal Percentage
Free Throw Percentage
Offensive Rebounds
Defensive Rebounds
Double-Doubles
37
52
2*
23
Maryland is one of the most consistent winning programs in the country:
• Maryland’s bid to the 2012 NCAA Tournament marked its ninth straight postseason appearance. Eight of
those nine were NCAA Tournament bids.
• The Terps have averaged 25.2 wins per season the last 10 years, including eight consecutive 20-win
seasons from 2004-2012.
• Frese has led the Terps to four 30-win seasons. 2005-06 marked the first 30-win season for the program,
as the Terrapins went 34-4 and won the 2006 NCAA title. The Terps won 30 games in 2007-08 when they
went 33-4 and in 2008-09 when they went 31-5. This year, the Terps notched the program’s fourth 30-win
season with their record of 31-5.
• The Terrapins have won at least one postseason game (NCAA, or WNIT) in each of the last nine seasons.
• The Terps have advanced to the NCAA SWEET 16 four times in the last eight years.
• Maryland earned a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament in 2008 and 2009 and a No. 2 seed in 2006, 2007
and 2012.
Frese Signs Fifth Top-Five Class
Head coach Brenda Frese and her staff signed the program’s fifth top-five class and ninth top 10 class of her
10-year tenure in November. Lexie Brown (Suwanee, Ga./North Gwinnett), A’Lexus Harrison (Baltimore, Md./
Digital Harbor), Brionna Jones (Havre de Grace, Md./Aberdeen) and Shatori Walker-Kimbrough (Aliquippa,
Pa./Hopewell) make up the No. 4 recruiting class in the country, as ranked by Blue Star Report and Collegiate
Girls Basketball Report.
• Lexie Brown (PG): Ranked No. 15 in Blue Star Report’s rankings…the No. 3 point guard and No. 15
overall recruit in the 2013 class according to ESPN’s HoopGurlz…won gold with the US Under-18 Team at
the FIBA World Championships…averaged 19.0 ppg., 7.0 rpg., 7.0 apg. and 4.9 spg. as a junior in 2011-12...
father is Dee Brown, who played in the NBA (1999-02) for the Celtics, Raptors and Magic…he has coached
in the WNBA and is currently an assistant with the Detroit Pistons.
• A’Lexus Harrison (F): The No. 28 player in Blue Star Report’s rankings…ranked No. 70 overall player
and No. 18 forward in the class of 2013, according to ESPN’s HoopGurlz…four year starter at Digital Harbor
and has become a double-double machine …named to the Baltimore Sun’s First Team All-Metro as a Junior
and Second Team as a sophomore…as a junior, became the second player in school history to break the
1100-point mark and 1000-rebound plateau.
• Brionna Jones (C): Ranked No. 48 player overall by Blue Star Report…the No. 7 post player and No. 55
overall player in ESPN HoopGurlz’s recruit rankings…scored 1627 points and grabbed 960 rebounds through
her junior season…led team to 3A state championship as a junior…named Baltimore Sun All-Metro Player of
the Year as a junior……named First Team All-Metro by The Sun as a sophomore and a junior.
• Shatori Walker-Kimbrough (F): Ranked the No. 38 player by Blue Star Report…No. 6 wing and No. 43
overall player in the class of 2013, according to ESPN HoopGurlz recruit rankings…averaged 25.6 points
per game as a junior and scored 1000 points…already owns school’s scoring record…named the Pittsburgh
Post-Gazette Player of the Year as a sophomore and a junior…named the overall Athlete of the Year by the
Pittsburgh Tribune, Beaver County Times, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
T-22
AliciaDEVAUGHN
Rebounding
Field Goal Percentage
Offensive Rebounds
MalinaHOWARD
Blocks
ChloePAVLECH
Assists
Assist/Turnover ratio
KatieRUTAN
Three-point FG percentage
Three-point FG made
*-Minimum number of shots taken is lower in ACC statistics than in NCAA Statistics
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2012-13 Maryland Women’s Basketball Notes
2012-13 Maryland Women’s Basketball
BrendaFRESE
319-118 (14th year)/262-88 (11th year at Maryland)
There was no better fit for the University of
Maryland women’s basketball program than head
coach Brenda Frese. The 2002 Associated Press (AP)
National Coach of the Year arrived in College Park with
great expectations and has not disappointed. Reviving
a once-prominent women’s basketball program back
to the national stage, her high work rate and positive
attitude has resulted in two ACC titles, 10-straight top 15
recruiting classes and a National Championship in 2006.
Frese has balanced that strong work ethic with a fun and
family-friendly environment, also becoming a wife and
a mother of twin boys, giving birth to them in the midst
of one of the most successful seasons in the program’s
history. With the birth of her twins in February of 2008,
she becomes one of only six coaches to win a national
championship and be a parent.
Now in her 11th season at Maryland, Frese has
guided Maryland to a National Championship in 2006,
nine winning seasons, eight-straight 20-win seasons,
four 30-win campaigns and eight trips to the NCAA
Tournament. She signed a four-year extension in August
2011.
In 2006-07, Maryland also received its first-ever No.
1 preseason national ranking, remaining in the top spot in
the polls for 10-consecutive weeks.
“This has been an incredible journey and winning
the national championship in 2006 was just the beginning,”
Frese said. “My coaching staff and I had the belief we
could win a national championship here at Maryland. With
all the administrative support, the first-class facilities - we
knew we could build something great. We did not set
any timetables, but what we have achieved so far ... it’s
beyond expectations.”
Former Athletics Director Deborah A. Yow courted
the 2002 AP National Coach of the Year because of
Frese’s reputation for making amazing turnarounds and
her relentless work ethic in recruiting. Described as
dynamic, overachieving, determined and enthusiastic,
the 42-year old coach is one of college basketball’s
stars. Standing atop the podium in Boston in 2006, Frese
became the fifth-youngest coach (age 35) in NCAA
history to win a national title and only the ninth to win in
her first trip to the Final Four.
Frese has built the team’s success around
recruiting, hard work and a positive atmosphere. The
instant she arrived on campus, she determinedly worked
the recruiting trails in an effort to reclaim the elite status
Maryland once had in the 1980s. Success came quickly
and early. Before she even coached a game in the newlyconstructed Comcast Center, she received commitments
from a pair of high school All-Americans, including Shay
Doron, who went on to become a three-time All-ACC
pick and a WNBA Draft selection. In all, 25 high school
All-Americans have donned a Maryland uniform under
Frese’s reign.
All 10 of Frese’s recruiting classes at Maryland
have been ranked in the top-15, including nine rated in
the top-10 and five in the top five. The landmark signings
of Crystal Langhorne, Laura Harper, Jade Perry and
Ashleigh Newman were rated No. 2 in the country, while
the class of Marissa Coleman and Kristi Toliver was ranked
No. 4 - the core of the Terps’ national championship team.
Her 2010 batch of Terrapins included three high school
All-Americans and a No. 2 national ranking.
Frese’s recruiting classes have lived up to their
billing and her pupils
have earned numerous
accolades. In 2012,
Alyssa Thomas became
the first Maryland
sophomore to be named
a WBCA All-American,
and was also named
to the AP All-American
First Team and the
USBWA All-American Team. The first Terp in 17 years
to garner All-American nods in 2006, Langhorne was a
three-time AP and USBWA All-American, the program’s
first multiple All-American. She was selected a WBCA AllAmerican in 2007, the first in school history since 1989,
and then again received the accolade in 2008.
Toliver repeated Langhorne’s AP, WBCA and
USBWA All-American “trifecta” in 2008. The legendary
point guard, however, became the first Terp in school
history to be named to the AP’s All-America First Team
as a senior in 2009 - to go along with another set of
WBCA and USBWA All-American laurels. Coleman,
Toliver’s classmate, also earned AP, WBCA and USBWA
All-American honors at the conclusion of her illustrious
senior campaign in 2009.
Frese’s players have also received numerous
ACC honors. Most recently, sophomore Alyssa Thomas
was named ACC Player of the Year in 2012. She is just
the second sophomore in the history of ACC women’s
basketball to earn the league’s most prestigious honor
and went on to win the ACC Tournament MVP honor that
year. In her final season, Langhorne was selected the
ACC’s Player of the Year, the first Terp to win the award
in nearly 20 years. Toliver followed suit in 2009 - the third
Terp ever to win the award. In 2005, Langhorne became
the program’s first ACC Rookie of the Year since 1991.
Coleman followed in her footsteps by nabbing the honor
during the Terps’ championship campaign in 2006. Center
Lynetta Kizer and Thomas made it four Terps in six years
to be named the league’s top freshman when they won in
2009 and 2011.
In all, 26 Terps have received All-ACC citations in
Frese’s 10 years, including a school-record four in 2008
when Langhorne, Coleman, Toliver and Harper were
selected and in 2012 when Thomas, Tianna Hawkins,
Laurin Mincy and Lynetta Kizer were honored. Five Terps
have been First Team ACC selections eight times in
Frese’s tenure. Langhorne became Maryland’s first threetime, first team all-conference selection and the first to be
named All-ACC four times. Coleman joined Langhorne as
the lone Terps to ever be selected to an All-ACC team
four times, stamping her three second-team honors
with a first-team selection in 2009. In fact, of Maryland’s
five players all-time to be selected All-ACC three times
or more, four of them were recruited by Frese (Doron,
Langhorne, Coleman, Toliver).
Numerous Terps have also garnered national
recognition under Frese. Toliver became the first Terrapin
to earn the highest point guard honor in the country,
winning the Nancy Leiberman Award in 2008, after being
a finalist the previous year. Several have earned spots on
national player of the year candidate lists, making history
in the fall of 2006. That year, for the first time ever, four
players from the same team were selected preseason
candidates for the WBCA’s prestigious Wade Trophy
MARYLAND TERRAPINS: 2006 NCAA Champions • 2009 & 2012 ACC Champions
COACHES TO WIN NCAA TITLE ON
FIRST TRIP TO FINAL FOUR
BRENDA FRESE, Maryland
Kim Mulkey, Baylor
Carolyn Peck, Purdue
Sylvia Hatchell, North Carolina
Marsha Sharp, Texas Tech
Tara VanDerveer, Stanford
Jody Conradt, Texas
Linda Sharp, Southern California
Sonja Hogg, Louisiana Tech
2006
2005
1999
1994
1993
1990
1986
1983
1982
YOUNGEST COACHES TO WIN NCAA
TITLE
Marianne Stanley, Old Dominion - 31 years
Linda Sharp, Southern California - 32 years
Carolyn Peck, Purdue - 33 years
Pat Summit, Tennessee - 34 years
BRENDA FRESE, Maryland - 35 years
1985
1983
1999
1987
2006
WINNINGEST DIVISION I COACHES
ALL-TIME
1. Leon Barmore (Louisiana Tech 83-02)
576-87 (.869)
2. *Geno Auriemma (UConn 86-pres)
804-129 (.862)
3. Pat Summit (Tennessee 1975-12)
1,098-208 (.841)
4. *Tara Vanderveer (Idaho 79-80, Ohio
State 81-85, Stanford 86-95, 97-pres) 861-200 (.811)
5. *Kim Mulkey (Baylor 01-pres)
338-79 (.811)
6. Bill Sheahan (Mt. St. Mary’s 82-98)
372-104 (.782)
7. *Brian Giorgis (Marist 2003-pres.)
251-73 (.775)
8. *Wes Moore (Maryville 88-93, Francis
Marion 96-98, Chattanooga 99-pres)
529-165 (.762)
9. *Robin Selvig (Montana 79-pres)
774-247 (.758)
10. Gail Goestenkors (Duke 93-07, Texas
08-12)
498-163 (.753)
11. Marsha Sharp (Texas Tech 83-06)
571-189 (.751)
12. *Carey Green (Liberty 00-pres)
310-103 (.751)
13. *Andy Landers (Georgia 90-pres)
795-268 (.748)
14. Jody Conradt (Sam Houston St. 70-73,
Texas-Arlington 74-76, Texas 77-07)
900-309 (.744)
15. Joe Ciampi (Army 78-79, Auburn
80-04)
607-213 (.740)
16. *Curt Miller (Bowling Green 2001-11)
258-92 (.737)
17. *Sylvia Hatchell (Francis Marion 76-86.
North Carolina 87-pres)
879-314 (.737)
18. *C. Vivian Stringer (Cheyney 72-83,
Iowa 84-95, Rutgers 96-pres)
885-318 (.736)
19. Van Chancellor (Mississippi 79-97,
Louisiana State 08-11)
529-194 (.732)
20. *Kevin McGuff (Xavier 03-11,
Washington 12-pres.)
234-87 (.729)
21. Sonja Hogg (Louisiana Tech 75-85,
Baylor 95-00)
390-146 (.728)
22. *BRENDA FRESE (Ball St. 00-01,
Minnesota 02, Maryland 03-pres) 309-116 (.727)
23. *Muffet McGraw (Lehigh 83-87, Notre
Dame 88-pres)
679-256 (.726)
24. Rene Portland (St. Joseph’s 77-78,
Colorado 79-80, Penn St. 81-07)
693-265 (.723)
25. *Jim Foster (St. Joseph’s 79-91,
Vanderbilt 92-02, Ohio St. 03-pres.)
765-294 (.722)
26. Wendy Larry (Va. Wesleyan 78, Arizona
86-87, Old Dominion 88-pres)
608-234 (.722)
27. *Joanne P. McCallie (Maine 93-00,
Michigan St. 01-07, Duke 08-pres.)
457-180 (.717)
28. Elaine Elliott (Utah 84-10)
582-234 (.713)
29. *Gary Blair (Stephen F. Austin 86-93
Arkansas 94-03, Texas A&M 04-pres) 620-253 (.710)
30. Mike Granelli (St. Peter’s 73-04)
607-249 (.709)
*-active coach
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2012-13 Maryland Women’s Basketball
when Doron, Coleman, Langhorne and Toliver were put
on the Watch List. All five starters were tabbed preseason
honorees for the Naismith Award, also a first in the history
of the award.
Maryland has rewritten several records over the
last eight seasons. In 2007-08, the Terps became the first
team in NCAA history to have four active players with at
least 1,000 points on the same roster. That year, school
records were broken for most home wins (21), which is
also believed to be an NCAA record. The team opened
the 2006-07 campaign winning 18-straight games, setting
the program record for best start to a season. Maryland
ended the 2008-09 campaign having won a school-record
36-straight home games, thanks to undefeated home
marks in two successive seasons, and 40-consecutive
non-conference games at the Comcast Center. In the
2009-10 season the Terrapins extended that streak to 48,
a Maryland men’s and women’s basketball record.
In 2005-06, the team’s 34 wins set a school record,
shattering the previous mark of 29. The championship
squad also set new standards for highest road winning
percentage (.900), points (3,166), field goal attempts
(2,363), 3-point field goals (216), 3-point attempts (540),
free throws (690), free throw attempts (924), team free
throw percentage (.747), rebounds (1,720) and blocked
shots (195).
Numerous individual records have also fallen in
recent years. Among the most notable are the career
scoring and rebounding records, which Langhorne
shattered, becoming the first-ever Terrapin to score 2,000
points and to grab 1,000 rebounds - an elite list of which
Coleman later joined.
Maryland’s rise into the upper-echelon of, not
only the ACC, but in the country, has bolstered the
excitement surrounding the team. Over the last ten years,
the program has ranked in the top-25 in the nation in
attendance, including top-10 rankings in four of the last
nine seasons. In 2007, Maryland recorded the nation’s
largest one-season improvement in home attendance,
averaging 9,533 fans in 16 games, almost double the
average from the previous season (4,183) - with more
than 150,000 people making their way through the
Comcast Center turnstiles, a school-record. By the end
of the ‘07 campaign, the Terps were sixth in the nation
in average attendance and fourth in overall attendance,
as 241,280 spectators filled the stands at home and on
the road to watch the Terps play in 34 games. In 2008,
Maryland hosted over 160,000 fans in 21 games and was
ranked eighth in the nation in average attendance that
year, followed by a No. 6 ranking in 2009 (133,336 in 15
games).
One of the highlights of the 2006-07 campaign
was the announcement of two sellout games in Comcast
Center, the first- and second-ever in the young facility.
The stands were filled to capacity when the Terps hosted
North Carolina on Jan. 28, 2007, breaking the ACC’s
single-game record, the first women’s basketball sellout
since 1992. The record was matched in the regularseason finale on Feb. 18, 2007, when Duke came to
College Park.
Maryland owns all 10 of the conference’s top-10
single-game attendances, nine coming since Frese has
roamed the sidelines.
In the classroom, the Terps have also been all-star
students. 24 of Frese’s Terps have been named to the
ACC Honor Roll, while five have received Academic AllAmerican nods by ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA.
Page 10
The Frese File
Year
Postition, School
93-94 Assistant Coach, Kent State
94-95 Assistant Coach, Kent State
95-96 Assistant Coach, Iowa State
96-97 Assistant Coach, Iowa State
97-98 Assistant Coach, Iowa State
98-99 Assistant Coach, Iowa State
W
20
17
17
17
25
25
99-00 Head Coach, Ball State
00-01 Head Coach, Ball State
01-02 Head Coach, Minnesota
16
19
02-03 Head Coach, Maryland
03-04 Head Coach, Maryland
04-05 Head Coach, Maryland
05-06 Head Coach, Maryland
06-07 Head Coach, Maryland
07-08 Head Coach, Maryland
08-09 Head Coach, Maryland
09-10 Head Coach, Maryland
10-11 Head Coach, Maryland
11-12 Head Coach, Maryland
12-13 Head Coach, Maryland
10
18
22
34
28
33
31
21
24
31
10
2 Years
1 Year
11 Years
14 Years
Ball State
Minnesota
Maryland
Overall
Overall
L Pct.
8 .714
10 .630
10 .630
12 .586
8 .758
8 .758
W
12
12
5
9
12
12
Conference
L Pct.
6 .667
5 .706
9 .357
7 .563
4 .750
4 .750
13 .552
8
9 .679
11
22
8 .733
8
5
11
.500
.688
5 .688
18
13
10
4
6
4
5
13
8
5
2
.357
.581
.688
.895
.824
.892
.861
.618
.750
.861
.833
4
8
7
12
10
13
12
5
9
12
1
12
8
7
2
4
1
2
9
5
4
0
.250
.500
.500
.857
.714
.929
.857
.357
.643
.750
1.000
35 22
22
8
262 88
319 118
.614
.722
.749
.730
19
11
93
123
13
5
54
72
.594
.688
.633
.631
Postseason
NCAA First Round (0-1)
NCAA Second Round (1-1)
NCAA Elite Eight (3-1)
NCAA Second Round (1-1)
NCAA Second Round (1-1)
NCAA Second Round (1-1)
NCAA CHAMPIONS (6-0)
NCAA Second Round (1-1)
NCAA Elite Eight (3-1)
NCAA Elite Eight (3-1)
WNIT Third Round
NCAA Second Round (1-1)
NCAA Elite Eight (3-1)
1 NCAA — 1-1 (.500)
8 NCAA — 19-7 (.731)
9 NCAA — 20-8 (.714)
COACHING HONORS
• Associated Press National Coach of the Year (2002)
• Big Ten Coach of the Year (2002)
• Mid-American Conference Coach of the Year (2000)
• NCAA Champions (2006)
• ACC Champions (2009, 2012)
• Four NCAA Elite Eights (2006, 2008, 2009, 2012)
• Four Sweet Sixteens (2006, 2008, 2009, 2012)
• Nine NCAA Tournament Appearances (’02, ’04, ‘05, ‘06, ‘07, ‘08, ‘09, ‘11, ‘12)
• 10 All-American Selections
• Five Conference Players of the Year: ACC (2008, 2009, 2012); Big Ten (2002); MAC (2000)
• Six Conference Rookies of the Year: ACC (2005, 2006, 2009, 2011); Big Ten (2002); MAC (2000)
• 26 All-ACC honors: First team (8); Second team (9); Third team (4); Honorable Mention (5)
• 11 ACC All-Freshman Team honorees
• Five CoSIDA Academic All-Americans
• Six CoSIDA Academic All-District 2 Selections
• 12 Academic All-ACC Honors
• 24 ACC Honor Roll Members
• No. 10 2002-03 Recruiting Class
• No. 2 2003-04 Recruiting Class
• No. 4 2004-05 Recruiting Class
• No. 7 2005-06 Recruiting Class
• No. 2 2006-07 Recruiting Class
• No. 10 2007-08 Recruiting Class
• No. 15 2008-09 Recruiting Class
• No. 2 2009-10 Recruiting Class
• No. 9 2011-12 Recruiting Class
• No. 4 2012-13 Recruiting Class
iting Class
PERSONAL
Education: Bachelor’s of Arts in Communications (Arizona ‘93), Master’s Degree in Athletic Administration
(Kent State ‘95)
Family: Husband: Mark Thomas (married August 20, 2005), Sons: Tyler Joseph Thomas and Markus
William Thomas (born February 17, 2008), Parents: Bill and Donna Frese, Sisters: Deb, Cindy, Marsha,
Stacy, Brother: Jeff
2012-13 Maryland Women’s Basketball Notes
2012-13 Maryland Women’s Basketball
TinaLANGLEY
MarlinCHINN
Associate Head Coach• 5th year • West Alabama ‘96
Assistant Coach• 4th year • Hampton ‘92
Tina Langley is in her fifth season at the
University of Maryland and 14th in coaching
overall. She was promoted to associate head
coach in the summer of 2011.
Langley made an instant impact her
first season with the Terps. She served a
crucial role in helping to lead the Terps to
their first ACC Championship in 20 seasons
and helped secure one of the nation’s top
recruiting classes for 2010. In her four
seasons in College Park, she’s helped lead
the Terps to ACC titles in 2009 and 2012.
As Coach Frese’s top assistant,
Langley’s responsibilities include coordinating the Terps’ recruiting efforts,
assisting in player development, scouting, and on the court coaching.
“Tina jumped right in and made a huge impact for us. Her work
ethic is nothing short of stellar, she has an excellent demeanor with our
student-athletes, and she has an exceptional ability to take on many roles
and responsibilities,” said head coach Brenda Frese, “She possesses all
the characteristics we need in a coach to make a positive impact on our
recruiting efforts, player development, and our program as a whole. I’m
looking forward to working by her side again this season.”
In addition to her passion, determination, and work ethic, Langley
has significant coaching experience. Prior to arriving in College Park in
2008, she had coaching stints at Toledo, Clemson and Georgia. She has
been instrumental in recruiting, game preparation and floor management
in each of her stops.
Langley spent five seasons at the University of Toledo, beginning her
coaching career with the Rockets as a graduate assistant coach in 199899, before moving up to recruiting coordinator and eventual associate
head coach during the 2002-03 campaign. She helped the Rockets
reach the postseason three times, including two NCAA Tournament
appearances. During her tenure, Toledo also won three Mid-American
Conference regular season titles (1999, 2001, 2003) and two conference
tournament crowns (1999 and 2001).
Toledo, Langley was responsible for all facets of the program,
including recruiting, scouting of opponents and coordinating the team’s
academic efforts. She helped to sign two nationally ranked classes, the
Rockets accumulated a 101-38 record (.679) during her time, and the
team’s grade point average was ranked in the top 10 in the nation three
times. On the floor, she worked directly with players who went on to be
selected the team’s Most Improved Player in 2001, 2002 and 2003.
Langley then joined the women’s basketball staff at Clemson in
2003, under legendary head coach Jim Davis. In her two years with the
Tigers, the team advanced to the 2004 Women’s National Invitational
Tournament (WNIT) while also orchestrating a CU-record six-signee
class, which was ranked in the top 30 nationally in just her first season.
After her stop at Clemson, Langley was hired at the University of
Georgia as the recruiting coordinator. Langley left coaching for a couple
years and earned her second master’s in Community Counseling from
the University of Alabama, specializing in college mental health. She was
named the Most Outstanding Graduate Student in 2008.
Langley played basketball and volleyball for two seasons at Bevill
State Junior College before transferring to the University of West Alabama,
where she lettered twice in basketball as a guard/forward. She graduated
from UWA with a degree in special education in 1996, and earned her first
master’s degree in Recreation and Leisure with an emphasis in recreation
administration from the University of Toledo. Langley resides in Laurel,
Md.
Marlin Chinn joined Brenda Frese’s
coaching staff in June 2009 following a
successful four-year stint at Seton Hall,
where he spent three seasons as the Pirates’
top assistant and recruiting coordinator.
Chinn helped lead the Terrapins to their
10th ACC title in 2012.
“We have always been about family
first here at Maryland and it’s pretty special
to bring Marlin back home,” Frese said. “This
is where he wants to be and he already
knows why Maryland is an incredible place.
As we got to know each other, we quickly
found Marlin shares common traits with us - loyalty, work ethic, care and
concern for people and he is a tremendous recruiter. We feel as though
Marlin will help us continue to set the bar high for excellence here at
Maryland. We’re excited to welcome him to our family.”
In Chinn’s second season on Phyllis Mangina’s staff at Seton Hall,
the Pirates posted their first winning record in Big East play in six years
en route to a 13-win improvement from the previous season. During his
tenure at Seton Hall, Chinn helped secure a top-30 national recruiting
class in 2007, recruited a pair of All-Big East Rookie Team selections as
well as recruiting and coaching two All-Big East performers.
The Archbishop Carroll High School alum previously spent seven
seasons at Mount St. Mary’s from 1998-2005, serving as top assistant
for The Mount. There, he recruited five Northeast Conference All-Rookie
Team choices, including the 2005 NEC Rookie of the Year. Chinn helped
lead Mount St. Mary’s to a pair of NEC regular-season titles in 1999 and
2001.
Prior to landing on the college scene, Chinn served as assistant
men’s high school coach locally at Theodore Roosevelt High School
(1997-98) and Archbishop Carroll High School (1994-97).
Chinn is a member of both the Black Coaches Association (BCA) and
the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA). He was recently
selected into the 2007 BCA Achieving Coaching Excellence (ACE) for
ethnic minority male and female basketball coach’s class.
In spring 2011, Chinn served on a panel of the nation’s top assistants
at the A Step Up: Chicago 2011 event.
A 1992 graduate of Hampton University, Chinn is familiar with the
area and is a native of Washington, D.C. Chinn graduated from Hampton
with a B.S. in accounting. Chinn served as president of the National
Association of Black Accountants in 1992. Chinn currently resides in
Largo, Md.
MARYLAND TERRAPINS: 2006 NCAA Champions • 2009 & 2012 ACC Champions
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DavidADKINS
ChrisCAMPBELL
Assistant Coach• 4th year • Radford ‘89
Director of Operations• 3rd year • Duke ‘96
David Adkins is in his fourth season at
Maryland, joining the Terrapins in June 2009
after a successful career in the high school
ranks working with some of the best players
in the country. He has helped more than 50
players earn college scholarships, including
41 Division I scholarships.
Adkins helped lead the Terrapins to their
10th ACC title in 2012.
“David Adkins is one of the most highlyregarded player-development coaches in all
of basketball and we are incredibly fortunate
to have gained his services,” Maryland head
coach Brenda Frese said. “I first got to know David through (former
Terrapin) Marissa Coleman and (former Maryland men’s basketball
player) Greivis Vasquez, who rave about him. He’s been a big part of
some incredible basketball programs and he brings tremendous energy
and knowledge.”
Adkins joined the Terrapins after spending 17 years as a high school
assistant coach, but his coaching laurels reach far beyond the prep ranks.
Widely known in basketball circles as an elite developer of talent,
Adkins has helped ripen the games of two NBA players and trained
many more, two McDonald’s All-Americans, three Jordan All-Americans,
three Maryland Gatorade Players of the Year, four Parade All-Americans
and three Washington Post Players of the Year during his time teaching
the game as a high school assistant, camp counselor and in private
workouts. Additionally, Adkins has trained several high-profile European
professionals, including former Maryland standout Nik Caner-Medley.
Over the course of his career, he has helped ripen the games of three
NBA players and many Division I athletes such as Kevin Durant (Oklahoma
City Thunder), Linas Kleiza (Toronto Raptors), Greivis Vasquez (Memphis
Grizzlies), Austin Freeman (Georgetown), Jeff Peterson (Arkansas) and
Jerai Grant (Clemson).
Adkins, a 1989 graduate of Radford University, also served as an
assistant coach for Team USA at the 2006 19-U Nike World Championships
and during the 2007 Capital Classic in College Park.
He most recently coached for three years at legendary high school
power DeMatha Catholic in Hyattsville, Md., helping the Stags claim two
conference titles and two city titles while compiling a record of 83-20.
Prior to his stint at DeMatha, Adkins spent seven seasons as an assistant
at nationally-acclaimed Montrose Christian High School in Rockville,
Md. During his tenure, Montrose Christian was ranked No. 1 in The
Washington Post final poll in 2003, 2005 and 2006 where it finished in the
USA Today Top-10 each of those years.
In total, Montrose Christian finished in the top-25 of the USA Today poll in
five of Adkins’ seven seasons at the school.
Adkins’ camp experience includes the Nike All-Asia Camp in Beijing
(counselor), the Nike Basketball Power Factory Tryout and Training Camp
in Beijing (coach), the Five Star Basketball Camp in Caloforte, Italy (camp
director), the Chris Paul Elite Backcourt Camp, the Snow Valley Basketball
Camp, the Nike All-American Camp (coach) and the Nike Hoop Jamboree
Camp (coach).
Adkins resides in Ashburn, Va., with his wife, Janet, and two
daughters Ryland and Camryn. Ryland is a sophomore at Maryland and
is a manager for the women’s basketball team.
Maryland women’s basketball head
coach Brenda Frese welcomed Chris
Campbell as the new Director of Operations
in the summer of 2010. Campbell was an
assistant coach at University of Delaware
from 2008-10 and is a Maryland native.
“We feel very fortunate to have someone
of Chris’ caliber,” said Frese. “He’s very bright
and really brings a lot to our program. His
local ties are a bonus; he’s another member
of our staff that brings even more people into
supporting our program.”
While at Delaware, Campbell assisted
head coach Tina Martin in recruiting, game plan preparation, practice
plans, video and academic performance. He has earned a reputation
as a tireless worker and is well-versed in all aspects of the game.
Campbell played a key part in Delaware’s outstanding 2009-10 season
that saw the Blue Hens post a record of 21-12, advance to the Colonial
Athletic Association, and earn a spot in the Women’s National Invitation
Tournament. Delaware was led by the play of freshman Elena Delle
Donne who became the first UD women’s player to earn All-American
honors while also garnering CAA Player and Rookie of the Year honors.
“The past two seasons have been an incredible journey,” said
Campbell. “Coach Frese is one of the best in the business, and I have
enjoyed learning from her and the rest of her staff and interacting with
a great team of young women. University of Maryland is one of the
top universities in the country for academics and athletics, and it is an
honor to be a Terp and to be at such a prestigious institution. There is an
excitement around Maryland women’s basketball, and I love the energy
and enthusiasm of the fans and supporters that surround this program.”
Born in Mt. Kisco, N.Y. and raised in Potomac, Md., Campbell was
the top assistant at Marymount University in his three seasons there
under 25-year head coach Bill Finney and served as the team’s recruiting
coordinator. He helped lead the Saints to a three-year record of 61-25 and
NCAA Division III Tournament appearances in 2006 and 2008. The team
won the Capital Athletic Conference title in 2006 and advanced to the title
game in both 2007 and 2008.
Marymount, based in Arlington, Va., went 20-9 and advanced to
the NCAA Tournament in 2006, posted an 18-10 mark in 2007, and a
23-6 record in 2008 when the team returned to the NCAA Tournament.
Marymount has captured 10 CAC titles during Finney’s tenure.
While at Marymount, Campbell helped coach four All-CAC players,
including three-time All-CAC selection Stephanie Witko and 2006 CAC
Player of the Year and Female Athlete of the Year Randi Jones. In addition
into his duties with the basketball team, he also served as head men’s golf
coach for two seasons, leading the squad to a fourth place finish at the
CAC Championships.
Campbell began his college career at Catholic University where he
served as an assistant women’s basketball coach in 2004-05 under head
coach Maggie Lonergan. He helped lead the Cardinals to a share of the
CAC regular season title and a berth in the league tournament semifinals.
The team won a school-record 14 straight games.
He also coached at his alma mater, Winston Churchill High School,
from 1998-2004 and was part of the Bulldogs’ back-to-back state
championships in 2002 and 2003. Campbell earned a Bachelor of Science
Degree in Biology from Duke University in 1996.
Chris and his wife, Tina, were married in the summer of 2011.
Campbell has a four-year old stepson, Preston, and their daughter,
Aubrey was born in May 2012.
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2012-13 Maryland Women’s Basketball
#0 SequoiaAUSTIN
Guard • 5-5 • Junior • 2V • Greenbelt, Md. (Holton Arms School)
 Frese on Austin: "I’m really proud
to say I coach Sequoia Austin. She’s such a bright
young lady and special person. I already know she’s
going to do great things in life, because I’ve seen
her work ethic in many ways. After walking on to our
team, she more than earned a scholarship. She’s really worked to get better and she gives us an energy
boost every time she steps on the court.”
 2012-13Season
Has seen action in 10 of the Terps’ games so far...scored six points with a rebound and a
steal vs. the Mount (Nov. 9)...hit a three-pointer in a career-high 13 minutes in Terps’ win
over American (Nov. 21)...saw time at #19 Nebraska (Nov. 28)...pulled down two boards in
seven minutes vs. Virginia (Dec. 6)...hit two threes for eight points and grabbed two boards in
13 minutes vs. George Mason (Dec. 8)...notched two steals, two boards and a bucket in 16
minutes at Towson (Dec. 11)...saw seven minutes with three assists in Terps’ win at Delaware
(Dec. 20)...saw 21 minutes and added three points, three assists, two boards and two steals
vs. Brown (Dec. 28)...saw 12 minutes with an assist vs. Hartford (Dec. 29).
 BeforeMARYLAND
Played four years of basketball for Holton-Arms school of the Independent School League
(ISL) ... two-time ISL All-League selection (2008 and 2009) ... two-time Washington Post
All-Met Honorable Mention (2009 and 2010) ... Montgomery County All-Gazette Team Honorable Mention (2008 and 2009).
 Personal
Daughter of Cristiann Vides Lopez and Jessica Austin de Vides ... has two younger siblings,
Alejandra and Duncan ... plays three musical intruments: percussion, saxophone and tuba
... majoring in secondary education and biology.
 AUSTIN12-13 Game-By-Game
OPPONENT
MIN FG-A 3FG-A FT-A
MOUNT ST. MARY’S
at Loyola
at St. Joseph’s
AMERICAN
at #19 Nebraska
at #2 Connecticut
VIRGINIA*
GEORGE MASON
at Towson
at Delaware
BROWN
HARTFORD
at #15 North Carolina*
FLORIDA STATE*
MIAMI*
at Virginia Tech*
NC STATE*
at Georgia Tech*
NORTH CAROLINA*
at Clemson*
BOSTON COLLEGE*
at Wake Forest*
at Duke*
CLEMSON*
at Virginia*
at Boston College*
DUKE*
at Florida State*
WAKE FOREST*
9
7
3-4
0-2
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
13
1
1-2
0-0
1-1
0-0
0-1
0-0
7
13
16
7
21
12
0-0
3-6
1-2
0-1
1-2
0-2
0-0
2-5
0-1
0-1
0-1
0-1
1-2
0-0
0-0
0-0
1-1
0-0
O-D-R PF A TO BLK S TP
1-0-1
1-0-1
DNP
1-0-1
0-0-0
DNP
0-2-2
0-2-2
0-2-2
0-0-0
1-1-2
0-0-0
2
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
6
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
3
3
1
1
0
2
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
2
0
1
8
2
0
3
0
 AUSTINSeason/Career Highs
POINTS
REBOUNDS
FG MADE
FG ATT.
3 FG MADE
3 FG ATT.
FT MADE
FT ATT.
ASSISTS
BLOCKS
STEALS
MINUTES
 AUSTINCareer
Season
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
CAREER
G-GS
14-0
17-0
10-0
41-0
SEASON HIGHS
CAREER HIGHS
8 vs. George Mason (12/8/12)
2 (4X) last vs. Brown (12/28/12)
3 (2X) last vs. George Mason (12/8/12)
6 vs. George Mason (12/8/12)
2 vs. George Mason (12/8/12)
5 vs. George Mason (12/8/12)
1 (2X) last vs. Brown (12/28/12)
2 (2X) last vs. Virginia (12/6/12)
3 (2X) last vs. Brown (12/28/12)
2 (2X) last vs. Brown (12/28/12)
21 vs. Brown (12/28/12)
12 vs. Delaware State (12/8/11)
3 vs. Boston College (2/2/12)
6 vs. Delaware State (12/8/11)
9 vs. Wake Forest (1/28/11)
2 vs. George Mason (12/8/12)
7 vs. Wake Forest (1/28/11)
4 vs. Boston College (2/2/12)
4 vs. Boston College (2/2/12)
3 (2X) last vs. Brown (12/28/12)
2 (2X) last vs. Brown (12/28/12)
21 vs. Brown (12/28/12)
Statistics
MP-MPG
40-2.9
74-4.4
105-10.5
219-5.3
FG-FGA
4-22
10-24
9-21
23-67
PCT.
.182
.714
.429
.343
3FG-FGA
2-13
1-5
3-10
6-28
PCT.
.154
.200
.300
.214
FT-FTA
2-2
6-8
2-4
10-14
PCT.
1.000
.750
.500
.714
OFF DEF
2
1
2
6
4
7
8
14
REB
3
8
11
22
MARYLAND TERRAPINS: 2006 NCAA Champions • 2009 & 2012 ACC Champions
AVG
0.2
0.5
1.1
0.5
PF-FO
1-0
6-0
7-0
14-0
AST
1
2
8
11
TO
2
2
5
9
BLK
0
0
0
0
STL
1
3
5
9
PTS
12
27
23
62
AVG
0.9
1.6
2.3
1.5
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2012-13 Maryland Women’s Basketball
#1 LaurinMINCY
Guard • 6-0 • Junior • 2V • Newark, N.J. (University High School)
• All-ACC Honorable Mention (2012)
• Preseason All-ACC Team (2012)
• Wooden Preseason Top 30 (2012)
• Naismith early season watch list (2012)
 Frese on Mincy: “It was amazing to
watch Laurin blossom last season and come up huge in
some of our biggest games. There were times we really
needed her and she delivered. She’s gotten stronger
every offseason and I think her game will continue to
expand. She’s unselfish and I think her teammates really like playing with her. Our role, now, is to
continue to challenge her and not let her be satisfied.”
 MINCY12-13 Game-By-Game
OPPONENT
MIN FG-A 3FG-A FT-A
MOUNT ST. MARY’S
at Loyola
at St. Joseph’s
AMERICAN
at #19 Nebraska
24*
22*
36*
22*
23*
2-4
0-5
6-12
2-5
6-10
0-1
0-2
1-4
0-2
4-4
O-D-R PF A TO BLK S TP
2-2
3-4
1-1
0-0
0-0
1-3-4
1-5-6
3-4-7
2-2-4
0-1-1
2
2
1
0
1
5
3
2
7
2
4
0
6
1
1
0
2
2
1
1
1
0
0
0
2
6
3
14
4
16
 2012-13Season
Named to Preseason All-ACC Team, as well as Wooden Preseason Top 30 list and the Naismith
early season watch list...started in Terps first five games...pulled down six rebounds at Loyola
(Nov. 11)...scored 14 points with seven boards in 36 minutes at Saint Joseph’s (Nov. 17)...dished
career-high seven assists with one turnover and four boards in Terps’ win over American (Nov.
21)...sparked a key first half run with key threes and finished with 16 points, two assists, two steals
and went 4-for-4 from outside the arc in Terps’ win at #19 Nebraska...left the game with just over
15 minutes to play and suffered a tear in her right ACL (Nov. 28).
 BeforeMARYLAND
2010 McDonald’s All-American...2009 Parade All-American...three-time New Jersey All-State
selection (2007, ‘08, ‘09)...in 2007 was first freshman ever named to New Jersey All-State team...
in 2007 led University High School to its first state title and the prestigious “Tournament of Champions” title...two-time New Jersey Star-Ledger Player of the Year (2008, ‘09)...2009 Gatorade New
Jersey Player of the Year...named a “Girl Athlete to Remember” by nj.com as one of the best of the
decade...two-time first team All-Tri State...Three-time All-County...three-time All-Conference...2007
Essex County Player of the Year...2009 averaged 18.8 pts, 5.8 rebs, 2.1 steals and 2.0 blocks per
game as a junior...scored 35 pts., grabbed 7 rebs and 7 steals on national TV vs. nationally ranked
South Bend Washington...two-time NJSIAA State Group I Championship MVP (2007, ‘08)...first
sophomore in University HS history to exceed 1,000 career points...first junior to surpass 1,500
career points...suffered ACL tear during summer between junior and senior seasons...member of
National Honor Society at University High School.
 Personal
Daughter of Duane Mincy and Carol Smith ... has two siblings, Edward Smith and Charae Baulkman ... born in Newark, N.J. ... finished in the top-10 of her 2010 graduating class...sports hero
is Michael Jordan...also considered Georgia, South Carolina, Rutgers, Miami, UNC, Connecticut
... chose Maryland because of its diversity and family atmosphere...Letters and Sciences major.
 MINCYSeason/Career Highs
POINTS
REBOUNDS
FG MADE
FG ATT.
3 FG MADE
3 FG ATT.
FT MADE
FT ATT.
ASSISTS
BLOCKS
STEALS
MINUTES
SEASON HIGHS
CAREER HIGHS
16 at #19 Nebraska (11/28/12)
7 at Saint Joseph’s (11/17/12)
6 (2X) last at #19 Nebraska (11/28/12)
12 at Saint Joseph’s (11/17/12)
4 at #19 Nebraska (11/28/12)
4 (2X) last at #19 Nebraska (11/28/12)
3 at Loyola (11/11/12)
4 at Loyola (11/11/12)
7 vs. American (11/21/12)
1 (2X) last at #19 Nebraska (11/28/12)
2 (2X) last at #19 Nebraska (11/28/12)
36 at Saint Joseph’s (11/17/12)
25 vs. #19 Delaware (12/29/11)
12 vs. #14 Texas A&M (3/25/12)
9 at Florida State (1/2/12)
18 vs. Michigan (11/30/11)
5 (2X) last vs. Boston College (2/2/12)
8 (2X) last vs. Georgetown (3/22/11)
10 vs. #19 Louisville (3/19/12)
13 vs. #19 Louisville (3/19/12)
7 vs. American (11/21/12)
3 vs. #14 Texas A&M (3/25/12)
4 at #22 Georgia Tech (2/6/12)
40 vs. Virginia Tech (1/26/12)
 MINCYMiscellaneous Stats
CATEGORY
SEASON CAREER LAST TIME
Double-Figure Scoring
5+ assists
20+ Point Games
3+ three’s
Double Doubles
 MINCYCareer
Season
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
CAREER
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G-GS
31-1
36-35
5-5
72-41
2
2
1
32
7
6
9
1
16 at #19 Nebraska (11/28/12)
7 vs. American (11/21/12)
21 vs. #14 Texas A&M (3/25/12)
4 at #19 Nebraska (11/28/12)
21 pts, 12 rebs vs. #14 Texas A&M (3/25/12)
Statistics
MP-MPG
507-16.4
1163-32.3
127-25.4
1797-25.0
FG-FGA
58-152
156-358
16-36
230-546
PCT.
.382
.436
.444
.421
3FG-FGA
17-62
54-135
5-13
76-210
PCT.
.274
.400
.385
.362
FT-FTA
19-26
106-131
6-7
131-164
PCT.
.731
.809
.857
.799
OFF DEF
31
41
44 117
7
15
82 173
REB
72
161
22
255
AVG
2.3
4.5
4.4
3.5
PF-FO
25-0
46-0
6-0
77-0
AST
25
74
19
118
TO
43
69
12
124
BLK
13
16
6
35
STL
15
31
3
49
PTS
152
472
43
667
AVG
4.9
13.1
8.6
9.3
2012-13 Maryland Women’s Basketball Notes
2012-13 Maryland Women’s Basketball
#3 Brene “Bones”MOSELEY
Guard • 5-7• Sophomore • 1V • Burtonsville, Md. (Paint Branch High School)
• ACC All-Freshman Team (2012)
• ACC All-Academic Team (2012)
 Frese on Moseley: “Brene
has one of the best personalities for the point guard
position of anyone I’ve coached. She communicates.
She’s about other people. She wants responsibility
and she has a really good mind for the game. As a
freshman, she asked some of the best questions when
we reviewed video. What I saw when I recruited her
is still true today - Brene wants the ball in pressure
situations. She’s as cool as a cucumber. She’s also one of those people that is impossible
not to like. It should be a fun season watching her lead us.”
Tore left ACL in team scrimmage on Oct. 21.
 2011-12Season
Saw action in all 36 games...named to ACC All-Freshman Team and All-Academic Team...
scored 17 points in her Terrapin debut vs. Loyola off 5-for-6 shooting from the field and the foul
line (Nov. 11)...scored 26 points vs. Towson (Nov. 16)...most for Terrapin freshman since Kristi
Toliver dropped 28 on Utah in Elite Eight in 2006...named ACC Rookie of the Week (Nov. 21)...
scored 17 points, all in the second half, off 3-for-5 threes vs. CSUB (Nov. 26)...went 4-for-4
at the FT line to notch 10 points and dished five assists at American (Dec. 4)...went 6-for-11
from the field to score 13 points with seven assists vs. Delaware State (Dec. 8)...led team in
scoring with 12 points and in assists with six vs. Lafayette (Dec. 28)...scored seven points in
Terps’ comeback win over Georgia Tech (Jan. 6)...converted a key and-1 in second half of
Terps’ overtime win at No. 23 UNC (Jan. 8)...made two three’s and scored 11 points with four
assists vs. Wake Forest (Jan. 19)...dished four assists vs. Virginia Tech (Jan. 26)...hit three
threes and scored 16 points with four boards and five assists vs. Boston College (Feb. 2)...
scored 10 points, all in the second half, two assists and three boards at Clemson (Feb. 9)...
played 25 minutes vs. #5 Duke and scored seven points with six assists...hit a clutch three
to tie the game with six minutes remaining vs. #5 Duke...assisted on three of Terps’ final five
buckets to secure the win (Feb. 19)...hit a three, made two FTs, pulled down a board, dished
two assists and had a steal vs. UNC (Feb. 24)...scored 13 points off two threes and a pair
of free throws in 19 minutes in Terps’ ACC Tournament win over Virginia (March 2)...added
nine points in 16 minutes vs. Wake in ACC Semis (March 3)...saw valuable minutes in ACC
Championship game (March 4)...came in off the bench and scored five points, including a
clutch second-half three, and dished five assists with two steals in NCAA Second Round vs.
Louisville (March 19)...played key minutes and dished six assists with seven points in Terps’
win over Texas A&M in NCAA Regional Semifinal (March 25).
 BeforeMARYLAND
Played four years of varsity at Paint Branch...named First Team All-Met by The Washington
Post as a junior...earned First Team All-Gazette honors by Gazette newspapers in both her
sophomore and junior seasons...led DC, Maryland and Virginia area in scoring with 26.2 points
per game as a junior...team leader in three-point shooting, free throws, assists...averaged over
7.0 assists a game as a junior...led Paint Branch to back to back state championship games
in her freshman and sophomore seasons...scored 17 to win state title and finish undefeated
season as a freshman...played AAU ball for D.C. Heat...ESPN HoopGurlz -- Four stars, No.
70 player in 2011 class, No. 18 guard, 93 rating...missed senior year due to a knee injury.
 Personal:
Daughter of Eugene and Beatrice Moseley...has one sibling, Esheance...came to Maryland for
the family atmosphere, academic support, player development...”It is close to home so I can
have support of my family and friends. When I hurt my knee, they stood beside me through
everything.”...undecided major...also considered Miami, Virginia, Virginia Tech, Georgetown,
Temple and James Madison.
 MOSELEYCareer
Season
2011-12
2012-13
CAREER
G-GS
36-0
MP-MPG
628-17.4
 MOSELEY11-12 Game-By-Game
OPPONENT
MIN FG-A 3FG-A FT-A
LOYOLA
#11 GEORGETOWN
TOWSON
at UMBC
SAINT JOSEPH’S
at FIU
vs. CSU Bakersfield
MICHIGAN
at American
DELAWARE STATE
at George Mason
LAFAYETTE
#19 DELAWARE
at Florida State*
GEORGIA TECH*
at #23 North Carolina*
at #11 Miami*
VIRGINIA*
WAKE FOREST*
at #5 Duke*
VIRGINIA TECH*
BOSTON COLLEGE*
at #22 Georgia Tech*
at Clemson*
#6 MIAMI*
at Virginia*
#5 DUKE*
NORTH CAROLINA*
at NC State*
vs. Virginia^
vs. Wake Forest^
vs. #15 Georgia Tech^
vs. Navy^^
vs. #19 Louisville^^
vs. #14 Texas A&M^^
vs. #4 Notre Dame^^
26
9
27
30
21
22
18
14
23
28
15
25
5
14
13
13
13
14
24
12
17
22
8
21
3
16
25
20
9
19
16
6
15
20
28
17
5-6
0-2
10-15
4-14
0-1
3-7
7-12
3-6
3-7
6-11
1-4
4-7
0-0
1-3
2-2
2-6
2-5
2-7
4-10
0-1
0-4
6-9
1-3
3-6
0-1
3-7
3-7
1-4
0-5
4-5
3-5
0-0
1-4
2-4
3-8
0-1
2-2
0-1
4-6
3-7
0-3
2-4
3-5
1-4
0-1
0-1
0-2
0-1
0-0
0-1
1-1
0-0
0-1
1-3
2-5
0-1
0-1
3-4
0-2
1-2
0-0
0-2
1-2
1-1
0-2
3-4
1-3
0-0
1-3
1-2
1-2
0-0
5-6
0-0
2-2
3-4
1-2
0-0
0-0
0-0
4-4
1-1
0-0
4-4
0-0
0-0
2-2
1-1
1-1
0-0
1-1
0-0
1-2
1-1
0-0
3-4
1-2
0-0
0-0
2-2
0-0
2-2
2-2
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
O-D-R PF A TO BLK S TP
1-0-1
0-1-1
2-3-5
0-2-2
0-1-1
0-2-2
2-3-5
0-1-1
0-4-4
1-2-3
0-3-3
0-2-2
0-1-1
0-2-2
0-0-0
0-1-1
0-2-2
0-2-2
0-1-1
0-1-1
0-1-1
1-3-4
0-1-1
0-3-3
0-0-0
0-0-0
0-2-2
0-1-1
1-1-2
0-2-2
0-2-2
0-1-1
0-0-0
0-2-2
0-4-4
0-1-1
4
3
0
2
3
1
1
1
2
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
4
0
1
1
1
1
0
1
2
1
1
0
0
2
0
0
0
3
1
1
4
0
4
5
1
3
1
4
5
7
4
6
1
1
0
2
2
2
4
3
4
5
1
2
1
2
6
2
1
3
1
0
0
5
6
0
1
0
3
0
4
2
2
2
5
2
4
1
1
0
2
1
1
4
1
3
3
5
1
5
0
0
1
1
1
6
1
2
2
4
2
5
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
1
0
0
1
0
1
2
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
2
1
0
0
0
2
2
2
17
0
26
14
1
8
17
7
10
13
2
12
0
2
7
5
5
5
11
0
1
16
2
10
1
6
7
5
0
13
9
0
3
5
7
0
 MOSELEYSeason/Career Highs
SEASON HIGHS
CAREER HIGHS
26 vs. Towson (11/16/11)
5 (2X) last vs. CSUB (11/26/11)
10 vs. Towson (11/16/11)
15 vs. Towson (11/16/11)
4 vs. Towson (11/16/11)
7 at UMBC (11/19/11)
5 vs. Loyola (11/11/11)
6 vs. Loyola (11/11/11)
7 vs. Delaware State (12/8/11)
2 vs. Delaware State (12/8/11)
30 at UMBC (11/19/11)
POINTS
REBOUNDS
FG MADE
FG ATT.
3 FG MADE
3 FG ATT.
FT MADE
FT ATT.
ASSISTS
BLOCKS
STEALS
MINUTES
Statistics
FG-FGA
89-202
PCT.
.441
3FG-FGA
32-79
PCT.
FT-FTA
PCT.
.405
37-43
.860
REDSHIRT SEASON
OFF DEF
8
58
MARYLAND TERRAPINS: 2006 NCAA Champions • 2009 & 2012 ACC Champions
REB
66
AVG
1.8
PF-FO
40-0
AST
98
TO
78
BLK
0
STL
21
PTS
247
AVG
6.9
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2012-13 Maryland Women’s Basketball
#4 MalinaHOWARD
Center • 6-4• Freshman • HS • Twinsburg, Ohio (Twinsburg High School)
 HOWARD12-13 Game-By-Game
• ACC Newcomer Watch List (2012)
 Frese on Howard:
“I started
recruiting Malina when she was in ninth grade. Four
years later, it took Malina about five seconds to be
on our campus and make her presence felt as an
incredibly special person. She’s a perfectionist at
everything she does. Driven and motivated only begin
to describe her. She’s a great student who elevates
and cares about everyone around her. And she’s the
kind of player you only have to tell her something once
and she gets it. She’s already a core part and leader of our program.”
 2012-13 Season
Saw first career action as a Terp vs. the Mount and scored 12 points with seven boards, two
steals and two blocks (Nov. 9)...had two blocks to go with six points and four boards at Loyola
(Nov. 11)...scored career-high 17 points with a three-pointer, seven rebounds, two assists,
two steals and two blocks vs. American (Nov. 21)...pulled down five boards and dished three
assists in Terps’ win at #19 Nebraska (Nov. 28)...grabbed six rebounds, three in a key second
half run, at #2 Connecticut (Dec. 3)...scored five points with three boards, an assist and a steal
vs. Virginia (Dec. 6)...added 11 points, five rebounds and an assist vs. George Mason (Dec.
8)...scored nine points with eight boards, two assists, two blocks and a steal in 31 minutes at
Towson (Dec. 11)...went 3-for-3 from the field with a block in 16 minutes at Delaware (Dec.
20)...pulled down seven boards with six points vs. Brown (Dec. 28)...scored eight points with
three assists and two boards in 27 minutes vs. Hartford (Dec. 29).
 Before MARYLAND
Top-ranked post player coming out of 2012 class...No. 6 overall recruit on ESPN.com’s Hoop Gurlz
rankings with a scouts grade of 97...led high school team to back-to-back state titles in junior and senior
seasons...ended her career averaging 18.6 points, 11.9 rebounds, 3.1 blocks, 2.2 assists and 2.5 steals
per game in her four years...her 1,210 career rebounds make her No. 9 and 321 career blocks make
her No. 14 in Ohio history...is high school’s all-time scoring leader with 1,910 points in her four years...
McDonald’s All-American (2012)and a WNCA All-American (2012)...named to USA Today All-USA First
Team, as well as All-Ohio Division I First Team, in 2011...Max Preps First Team All-American in 2011...
Sporting News High School Second Team All-American in 2011 as well...named the Cleveland Plain
Dealer Player of the Year in her junior year ...named Miss Ohio Basketball in 2011 and was a finalist
in 2009 and 2010... led high school team to an undefeated season and Division I state title in 2011...
named Player of the Game in championship... Northeast Ohio Conference Valley Division Player of
the Year and All-Northeast Inland Division I First Team as a junior...Northeast Inland Player of the
Year as a freshman and sophomore...as a sophomore, named ESPN Rise Underclass All-American
(2010)...three-time AP All-Ohio First Team player (2009, 2010, 2011)... named the Tri-County Coaches’
Association Underclassman of the Year and the Cleveland Plain Dealer’s Hardcourt Hero in 2009...
participated in U.S. Under-16 National Team trials in 2009...career highs are 39 points, 20 rebounds
and nine blocks... played for Julie Solis at Twinsburg...also played for Tom Jenkins with Sports City U.
 Personal:
Parents are Ronald Howard and Melodi DeLong-Howard...siblings are Dara DeLong, Danielle
Smith and Marisa Howard...graduated in the top 12 of her high school class...lists Dwight
Howard and former Terp great Marissa Coleman as her sports heroes...chose Maryland for
the staff and people, as well as the family environment...also considered Notre Dame, Tennessee, UConn, Florida State, Duke and Stanford among others...kinesiology major...wants
to be a physical therapist or sports psychologist.
 HOWARDCareer
Season
2012-13
Page 16
G-GS
12-0
MP-MPG
298-24.8
OPPONENT
MIN FG-A 3FG-A FT-A
MOUNT ST. MARY’S
at Loyola
at St. Joseph’s
AMERICAN
at #19 Nebraska
at #2 Connecticut
VIRGINIA*
GEORGE MASON
at Towson
at Delaware
BROWN
HARTFORD
at #15 North Carolina*
FLORIDA STATE*
MIAMI*
at Virginia Tech*
NC STATE*
at Georgia Tech*
NORTH CAROLINA*
at Clemson*
BOSTON COLLEGE*
at Wake Forest*
at Duke*
CLEMSON*
at Virginia*
at Boston College*
DUKE*
at Florida State*
WAKE FOREST*
25
24
24
28
20
15
27
33
31
16
28
27
4-8
2-5
1-1
7-12
1-2
0-2
1-3
4-6
3-6
3-3
2-6
3-7
0-0
0-1
0-0
1-1
0-0
0-0
0-1
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
4-5
2-3
0-1
2-2
0-2
0-0
3-5
3-4
3-5
0-0
2-2
2-2
O-D-R PF A TO BLK S TP
1-6-7
1-3-4
0-4-4
4-3-7
1-4-5
4-2-6
1-2-3
0-5-5
4-4-8
1-1-2
2-5-7
0-2-2
2
1
3
1
1
0
2
3
0
1
0
3
1
2
1
2
3
1
1
1
2
0
1
3
2
1
1
1
0
2
3
2
1
3
2
3
2
2
1
2
1
0
0
1
2
1
1
0
2
0
0
2
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
12
6
2
17
2
0
5
11
9
6
6
8
 HOWARDSeason/Career Highs
SEASON HIGHS
CAREER HIGHS
POINTS
REBOUNDS
FG MADE
FG ATT.
3 FG MADE
3 FG ATT.
FT MADE
FT ATT.
ASSISTS
BLOCKS
STEALS
MINUTES
17 vs. American (11/21/12)
8 at Towson (12/11/12)
7 vs. American (11/21/12)
12 vs. American (11/21/12)
1 vs. American (11/21/12)
1 (3X) last vs. Virginia (12/6/12)
4 vs. Mount St. Mary’s (11/9/12)
5 (3X) last at Towson (12/11/12)
3 vs. Hartford (12/29/12)
2 (4X) last at Towson (12/11/12)
2 (2X) last vs. American (11/21/12)
33 vs. George Mason (12/8/12)
Statistics
FG-FGA
31-61
PCT.
.508
3FG-FGA
1-3
PCT.
.333
FT-FTA
21-31
PCT.
.677
OFF DEF
19
41
REB
60
AVG
5.0
PF-FO
16-0
AST
18
TO
21
BLK
13
STL
6
PTS
84
AVG
7.0
2012-13 Maryland Women’s Basketball Notes
2012-13 Maryland Women’s Basketball
#5 EssenceTOWNSEND
Center • 6-7 • Senior • 3V • Paterson, N.J. (Paterson Catholic High School)
 Frese on Townsend: “Essence
is one of the best success stories we’ve had here at
Maryland. She really has improved as a player and
we’ve seen that in games and practice. She can
block shots, run the floor and she’s developed her
post game. What I’m most proud of is how she’s
evolved as a young lady who came from a challenging
background. The people where she works rave about
her and how she touches other people’s lives. That’s
really cool to see.”
Tore left ACL in exhibition vs. Goldey-Beacom College on Nov. 5.
 2011-12Season
Saw action in 16 games...notched four boards vs. Loyola (Nov. 11)...had three blocks vs.
Towson (Nov. 16)...dumped in a bucket at FIU (Nov. 25)...grabbed three offensive boards
vs. CSUB (Nov. 26)... pulled down a board and notched a block in four minutes at American
(Dec. 4)...scored career-high 10 points in 21 minutes vs. Delaware State with four rebounds
and four blocks (Dec. 11)...tied her career-high 10 points and grabbed a season-high seven
rebounds in 13 minutes vs. Lafayette (Dec. 28)...saw action at Florida State (Jan. 2)...scored
three points and grabbed two rebounds in four minutes vs. Wake Forest (Jan. 19)...made a
bucket, grabbed four boards and blocked three shots vs. Boston College (Feb. 2)...grabbed
five boards with a block in nine minutes vs. Virginia in ACC Second Round (March 2).
 BeforeMARYLAND
An all-state, all-county and all-league selection for the Cougars as a senior ... led high school
team to the 2009 Tournament of Champions and a final four berth ... was a first-team all-league
and all-county choice from sophomore through senior seasons ... all-league honorable mention
as a freshman ... once recorded 21 blocks in a game and can dunk.
 Personal
Essence A’Nija Townsend ... favorite athlete is Essence Carson ... enjoys eating, shopping
and hanging out with friends ... non-sports hero is her great aunt ... chose Maryland for the
strength of the basketball program ... also considered Pittsburgh, Delaware State, Rutgers
and Seton Hall among others.
 TOWNSEND11-12 Game-By-Game
OPPONENT
MIN FG-A 3FG-A FT-A
LOYOLA
#11 GEORGETOWN
TOWSON
at UMBC
SAINT JOSEPH’S
at FIU
vs. CSU Bakersfield
MICHIGAN
at American
DELAWARE STATE
at George Mason
LAFAYETTE
#19 DELAWARE
at Florida State*
GEORGIA TECH*
at #23 North Carolina*
at #11 Miami*
VIRGINIA*
WAKE FOREST*
at #5 Duke*
VIRGINIA TECH*
BOSTON COLLEGE*
at #22 Georgia Tech*
at Clemson*
#6 MIAMI*
at Virginia*
#5 DUKE*
NORTH CAROLINA*
at NC State*
vs. Virginia^
vs. Wake Forest^
vs. #15 Georgia Tech^
vs. Navy^^
vs. #19 Louisville^^
vs. #14 Texas A&M^^
vs. #4 Notre Dame*
6
1-1
0-0
1-2
9
0-0
0-0
0-0
4
3
9
0-0
1-1
0-4
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
4
21
7
13
0-0
5-7
0-0
4-6
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-2
0-0
2-2
1
0-0
0-0
0-0
4
1-1
0-0
1-4
14
1-4
0-0
0-0
2
0-0
0-0
0-0
9
0-0
0-0
0-0
5
0-1
0-0
0-0
2
0-1
0-0
0-0
O-D-R PF A TO BLK S TP
1-3-4
DNP
0-3-3
DNP
0-1-1
0-1-1
3-0-3
DNP
0-1-1
1-3-4
0-0-0
4-3-7
DNP
0-0-0
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
1-1-2
DNP
DNP
0-4-4
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
0-0-0
DNP
2-3-5
DNP
DNP
1-0-1
DNP
DNP
0-0-0
0
0
0
1
0
3
0
0
3
3
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
2
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
2
0
0
2
1
2
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
2
1
4
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
10
0
10
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
3
1
0
1
3
0
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
 TOWNSENDSeason/Career Highs
POINTS
REBOUNDS
FG MADE
FG ATT.
3 FG MADE
3 FG ATT.
FT MADE
FT ATT.
ASSISTS
BLOCKS
STEALS
MINUTES
 TOWNSENDCareer
Season
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
CAREER
SEASON HIGHS
CAREER HIGHS
10 (2X) last vs. Lafayette (12/28/11)
7 vs. Lafayette (12/28/11)
5 vs. Delaware State (12/8/11)
7 vs. Delaware State (12/8/11)
2 vs. Lafayette (12/28/11)
2 vs. Loyola (11/11/11)
4 vs. Delaware State (12/8/11)
1 at FIU (11/25/11)
21 vs. Delaware State (12/8/11)
10 (2X) last vs. Lafayette (12/28/11)
9 vs. NC Central (11/14/09)
5 vs. Delaware State (12/8/11)
8 vs. NC Central (11/14/09)
2 (3X) last vs. Lafayette (12/28/11)
4 vs. Wake Forest (1/28/11)
2 vs. NC Central (11/14/09)
4 (2X) vs. Delaware State (12/8/11)
1 (5X) last at FIU (11/25/11)
21 vs. Delaware State (12/8/11)
Statistics
G-GS
19-0
15-0
16-0
MP-MPG
154-8.1
57-3.8
113-7.1
FG-FGA
12-38
4-20
13-26
PCT.
.316
.200
.500
3FG-FGA
0-0
0-0
0-0
50-0
324-6.5
29-84
.345
0-0
PCT.
FT-FTA
PCT.
.000
1-3
.333
.000
4-8
.500
.000
4-10
.400
REDSHIRT SEASON
.000
9-21
.429
OFF DEF
11
36
8
7
13
23
32
REB
47
15
36
AVG
2.5
1.0
2.3
PF-FO
10-0
3-0
11-0
AST
2
0
0
TO
11
7
11
BLK
15
5
17
STL
1
2
1
PTS
25
12
30
AVG
1.3
0.8
1.9
98
2.0
24-0
2
29
37
4
67
1.3
66
MARYLAND TERRAPINS: 2006 NCAA Champions • 2009 & 2012 ACC Champions
Page 17
2012-13 Maryland Women’s Basketball
#13 AliciaDeVAUGHN
Center • 6-4 • Junior • 2V • West Palm Beach, Fla. (Blanche Ely High School)
• ACC All-Defensive Team (2012)
 Frese on DeVaughn: “Alicia is
our best defensive player and I was really happy that
she was voted on to the ACC All-Defensive team last
season. She has terrific instincts and she knows how
to cover up other people’s mistakes. She’s a great
teammate and has a terrific sense of humor. She had
a tremendous offseason and I think our fans will see
that growth on the court this year.”
 2012-13Season
Has started in every game...has scored in double figures in six of 12 games...had a doubledouble vs. Mount St. Mary’s with 15 points, 11 boards (Nov. 9)...tied career-high 16 points
off 5-7 FG percentage and went 6-6 from the foul line at Loyola (Nov. 11)...scored 16 points
off 8-10 shooting with nine rebounds, two assists, two steals and a block vs. American (Nov.
21)...pulled down eight rebounds and scored eights points at #19 Nebraska (Nov. 28)...had
eight points with nine boards, a block and two steals at #2 Connecticut (Dec. 3)...scored eight
points with 10 boards in 20 minutes vs. Virginia (Dec. 6)...scored 10 points to hit 500 career
points vs. George Mason (Dec. 8)...went 5-for-6 from the field for 12 points at Towson (Dec.
11)...went 4-for-4 on the foul line with six boards, eight points, two assists and two steals
at Delaware...held All-American Elena Delle Donne to just 7-for-23 shooting from the field
and six rebounds (Dec. 20)...notched seven points, six boards, two assists and three blocks
vs. Brown (Dec. 28)...had a double-double with 13 points, 13 rebounds and two blocks vs.
Hartford and was named to Terrapin Classic All-Tournament Team (Dec. 29).
 BeforeMaryland
2010 McDonald’s All-American...2010 ESPN All-American...2010 Florida Class 5A 1st team
All-State...three-time Florida First Team All-State (2008, ‘09, ‘10)...as a senior, grabbed 32
rebounds in Blanche Ely win over Nova in 2010 District Semifinal playoff game...led Blanche
Ely to 2010 District Championship ...averaged 19.5 points, 18.7 rebounds and 8.4 blocks as a
senior...voted twice to Florida’s “Fab Five Team”...2009 as a junior, averaged 16.6 points and
18.9 rebounds and led South Broward to Region Semifinals...2008 as a sophomore helped
lead South Broward to Florida Class 6A State Championship.
 DeVAUGHN12-13 Game-By-Game
OPPONENT
MIN FG-A 3FG-A FT-A
O-D-R PF A TO BLK S TP
MOUNT ST. MARY’S
at Loyola
at St. Joseph’s
AMERICAN
at #19 Nebraska
at #2 Connecticut
VIRGINIA*
GEORGE MASON
at Towson
at Delaware
BROWN
HARTFORD
at #15 North Carolina*
FLORIDA STATE*
MIAMI*
at Virginia Tech*
NC STATE*
at Georgia Tech*
NORTH CAROLINA*
at Clemson*
BOSTON COLLEGE*
at Wake Forest*
at Duke*
CLEMSON*
at Virginia*
at Boston College*
DUKE*
at Florida State*
WAKE FOREST*
29*
26*
24*
25*
29*
30*
20*
22*
27*
30*
24*
24*
2-9-11
3-4-7
3-3-6
3-6-9
4-4-8
4-5-9
5-5-10
2-2-4
3-3-6
2-4-6
2-4-6
3-10-13
6-9
5-7
1-3
8-10
3-5
2-5
2-3
4-6
5-6
2-7
3-3
5-7
0-0
0-1
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-1
0-0
1-1
3-6
6-6
3-4
0-1
2-2
4-9
4-5
2-3
2-3
4-4
1-2
2-2
1
2
4
1
3
4
5
3
1
3
3
3
2
1
0
2
0
0
0
0
1
2
2
0
2
2
3
2
2
6
2
3
1
2
2
2
1
1
0
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
3
2
0
1
1
2
0
2
0
0
0
2
1
0
15
16
5
16
8
8
8
10
12
8
7
13
 Personal
Daughter of Alphonso and the late Cynthia DeVaughn ... Letters and Sciences major ...also considered Purdue, Oklahoma, Louisville and Georgia ... chose Maryland because of the environment.
 DeVAUGHNSeason/Career Highs
POINTS
REBOUNDS
FG MADE
FG ATT.
3 FG MADE
3 FG ATT.
FT MADE
FT ATT.
ASSISTS
BLOCKS
STEALS
MINUTES
SEASON HIGHS
CAREER HIGHS
16 (2X) last vs. American (11/21/12)
13 vs. Hartford (12/29/12)
8 vs. American (11/21/12)
10 vs. American (11/21/12)
1 vs. Hartford (12/29/12)
1 vs. Hartford (12/29/12)
6 at Loyola (11/11/12)
9 at #2 Connecticut (12/3/12)
2 (4X) last vs. Brown (12/28/12)
3 vs. Brown (12/28/12)
2 (3X) last at Delaware (12/20/12)
30 at #2 Connecticut (12/3/12)
16 (3X) last vs. American (11/21/12)
16 at East Carolina (11/26/10)
8 vs. American (11/21/12)
10 (4X) last vs. American (11/21/12)
1 vs. Hartford (12/29/12)
1 (3X) last vs. Hartford (12/29/12)
7 at Delaware State (12/19/10)
11 at Delaware State (12/19/10)
4 at Clemson (2/9/12)
6 at Clemson (2/9/12)
4 at Clemson (2/9/12)
34 (2X) last at #23 UNC (1/8/12)
 DeVAUGHNMiscellaneous Stats
CATEGORY
SEASON CAREER LAST TIME
Double-Figure Scoring
10-plus rebounds
Double-Doubles
Games with a block
 DeVAUGHNCareer
Season
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
CAREER
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G-GS
32-0
36-35
12-12
80-47
MP-MPG
586-18.3
834-23.2
310-25.8
1730-21.6
6
3
2
7
17
11
4
50
AVG
5.4
5.6
7.9
5.9
PF-FO
78-1
107-4
33-1
218-6
13 vs. Hartford (12/29/12)
13 vs. Hartford (12/29/12)
13 pts, 13 rebs vs. Hartford (12/29/12)
2 vs. Hartford (12/29/12)
Statistics
FG-FGA
62-130
94-161
46-71
202-362
PCT.
.477
.584
.648
.558
3FG-FGA
0-2
0-1
1-3
1-6
PCT.
.000
.000
.333
.167
FT-FTA
60-103
47-75
33-47
140-225
PCT.
.583
.627
.702
.622
OFF DEF
77
96
86 114
36
59
199 269
REB
173
200
95
468
AST
19
21
10
50
TO
42
78
29
149
BLK
36
45
10
91
STL
26
30
9
65
PTS
184
235
126
545
AVG
5.8
6.5
10.5
6.8
2012-13 Maryland Women’s Basketball Notes
2012-13 Maryland Women’s Basketball
#15 ChloePAVLECH
Guard • 5-9 • Freshman• HS • Cincinnati, Ohio (Sycamore High School)
 Frese on Pavlech: “Chloe is a
really bright young lady with a chance for a terrific
future. She’s really engaging and is already making
an impact as a representative of our program. She
got admitted to our top-ranked Journalism program
as a freshman, which is really hard to do. On the
court, she’s already shown us that she’s willing to
work. She’s gotten stronger and improved in various
areas. We’re going to need her to offer cover at both
backcourt spots.”
 2012-13Season
Has seen action in every game and started in nine..saw 25 minutes vs. Mount. St. Mary’s
and dished three assists with two boards (Nov. 9)...scored six points with four boards and
three assists in 20 minutes at Loyola (Nov. 11)...dished eight assists with just two turnovers
in first career start vs. American (Nov. 21)...hit back-to-back threes in a key first half run to
lead Maryland to a win at #19 Nebraska (Nov. 28)...scored 10 points, all in the second half,
with three assists and two steals in 38 minutes at #2 Connecticut (Dec. 3)...dished six assists with just two turnovers and three steals vs. Virginia (Dec. 6)...scored five points with
four assists and just one turnover vs. George Mason (Dec. 8)...scored six points with three
boards, two assists and just one turnover at Towson (Dec. 11)...hit two key threes, dished
five assists and had three steals at Delaware (Dec. 20)...grabbed four boards and dished six
assists with one turnover vs. Hartford (Dec. 29).
 BeforeMaryland
Ranked No. 23 point guard on ESPN.com’s Hoop Gurlz rankings with a scouts grade of 91...
as a senior, averaged 14 ppg, 7 rpg, 5 apg, and 3 steals...Sporting News 2011 High School
All-American Honorable Mention... Cincinnati Enquirer Division I All Area First Team as a
junior... All-Southwest Ohio District 16 in both sophomore and junior years... named First
Team All-Greater Miami Conference as a junior and sophomore...also earned First Team
Coaches Association Honors as a junior in 2011...named Honorable Mention All-Ohio in
2011...Second Team All-Southwest District in 2011...served as team captain for Sycamore
in sophomore and junior seasons ...played for Paula Hayden at Sycamore...also played for
Tom Jenkins with Sports City U.
 PAVLECH12-13 Game-By-Game
OPPONENT
MIN FG-A 3FG-A FT-A
MOUNT ST. MARY’S
at Loyola
at St. Joseph’s
AMERICAN
at #19 Nebraska
at #2 Connecticut
VIRGINIA*
GEORGE MASON
at Towson
at Delaware
BROWN
HARTFORD
at #15 North Carolina*
FLORIDA STATE*
MIAMI*
at Virginia Tech*
NC STATE*
at Georgia Tech*
NORTH CAROLINA*
at Clemson*
BOSTON COLLEGE*
at Wake Forest*
at Duke*
CLEMSON*
at Virginia*
at Boston College*
DUKE*
at Florida State*
WAKE FOREST*
25
20
5
26*
30*
38*
35*
26*
26*
33*
23*
28*
0-0
2-4
1-1
1-2
3-7
5-10
0-5
2-3
3-6
2-9
2-6
1-5
0-0
0-2
0-0
1-1
2-5
0-2
0-3
1-1
0-1
2-6
0-2
0-1
O-D-R PF A TO BLK S TP
0-0
2-3
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-1
1-1-2
0-4-4
0-1-1
0-1-1
1-2-3
1-0-1
1-1-2
0-1-1
2-1-3
0-0-0
0-3-3
0-4-4
2
2
1
3
2
2
2
2
3
2
0
0
3
3
0
8
3
3
6
4
2
5
4
6
1
4
0
2
5
4
2
1
1
1
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
2
3
1
2
3
1
0
0
6
2
3
8
10
0
5
6
6
4
2
 Personal
Parents are Lauren Pavlech and Kelly Jackson...has eight siblings - Kelly, Jason, Christian,
Taylor, Davonte, Kiah, Jayden, Grace...if she didn’t play basketball she would be a bowler...
lists former Terrapin Marissa Coleman as her sports heroine...when she heard about Coach
Frese’s son Tyler’s leukemia diagnosis she got involved with leukemia awareness...has organized a flash mob...came to Maryland because it was her dream school...also considered
Miami (FL), Notre Dame, Florida State, Louisville and Xavier...intends to study broadcast
journalism and become a sports broadcaster or coach.
 PAVLECHSeason/Career Highs
SEASON HIGHS
CAREER HIGHS
POINTS
REBOUNDS
FG MADE
FG ATT.
3 FG MADE
3 FG ATT.
FT MADE
FT ATT.
ASSISTS
BLOCKS
STEALS
MINUTES
 PAVLECHCareer
Season
2012-13
G-GS
12-9
MP-MPG
315-26.3
10 at #2 Connecticut (12/3/12)
4 (2X) last vs. Hartford (12/29/12)
5 at #2 Connecticut (12/3/12)
10 at #2 Connecticut (12/3/12)
2 (2X) last at Delaware (12/20/12)
6 at Delaware (12/20/12)
2 at Loyola (11/11/12)
3 at Loyola (11/11/12)
8 vs. American (11/21/12)
3 (2X) last at Delaware (12/20/12)
38 at #2 Connecticut (12/3/12)
Statistics
FG-FGA
22-58
PCT.
.379
3FG-FGA
6-24
PCT.
.250
FT-FTA
2-4
PCT.
.500
OFF DEF
6
19
REB
25
MARYLAND TERRAPINS: 2006 NCAA Champions • 2009 & 2012 ACC Champions
AVG
2.1
PF-FO
21-0
AST
47
TO
24
BLK
0
STL
14
PTS
52
AVG
4.3
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2012-13 Maryland Women’s Basketball
#21 TiannaHAWKINS
Forward • 6-3 • Senior • 3V • Clinton, Md. (Riverdale Baptist School)
• Led NCAA with FG% of 62.3 (2012)
• Preseason All-ACC Team (2012)
• All-ACC Second Team (2012)
• All-ACC Tournament Second Team (2012)
• ACC Player of the Week (3X)
• USBWA Player of the Week (2/14/12)
• Naismith early season watch list (2012)
 Frese on Hawkins:
“Tianna has
made the biggest jump of any player I’ve ever coached and
that’s a credit to how much she’s invested in getting better. She was considered the 125th best player
in her class by one service. Look where she is now - All-ACC Second Team, nation’s leader in field goal
percentage and the record holder for most rebounds in a game at Maryland, not to mention an honor roll
student. I remember her freshman year when she came in on off days to get extra work. It all pays off.
She has a toughness about her that few others do.”
 2012-13Season
Named to Preseason All-ACC Team and Naismith early season watch list...has notched six double-doubles
and scored in double figures11 times in Terps’ 12 games...notched a double-double vs. Mount St. Mary’s
with 18 points, 10 boards in 21 minutes (Nov. 9)...went 13-16 from the field for career-high 33 points,
including 26 in first half, with 13 boards at Loyola (Nov. 11)...named ACC Player of the Week (Nov. 12)...
scored 25 points off 10-13 shooting from the field with nine boards vs. American (Nov. 21)...scored 21
points with 12 rebounds, including seven offensive boards, in Terps’ win at #19 Nebraska (Nov. 28)...tied
game-high 14 points with 10 rebounds to lead Terps at #2 Connecticut (Dec. 3)...went 8-for-8 at the foul line
and notched 20 points, 12 rebounds a block and a steal vs. Virginia (Dec. 6)...scored 27 poitns, including
16 in the first half, as she went 10-for-12 from the field and 7-for-8 from outside the arc vs. George Mason
(Dec. 8)...went 5-for-7 from the field and 4-for-4 at the free throw line to score 14 points and grabbed
seven boards, two steals, two assists and a block, all with four fouls at Towson (Dec. 11)...pulled down 16
points, 16 rebounds at Delaware (Dec. 20)...in 25 minutes vs. Brown, went 9-for-9 from the floor for 20
points, seven boards and three assists (Dec. 28)...scored 16 points with nine boards and two blocks vs.
Hartford and was named Terrapin Classic MVP (Dec. 29).
 HAWKINS12-13 Game-By-Game
OPPONENT
MIN FG-A 3FG-A FT-A
O-D-R PF A TO BLK S TP
MOUNT ST. MARY’S
at Loyola
at St. Joseph’s
AMERICAN
at #19 Nebraska
at #2 Connecticut
VIRGINIA*
GEORGE MASON
at Towson
at Delaware
BROWN
HARTFORD
at #15 North Carolina*
FLORIDA STATE*
MIAMI*
at Virginia Tech*
NC STATE*
at Georgia Tech*
NORTH CAROLINA*
at Clemson*
BOSTON COLLEGE*
at Wake Forest*
at Duke*
CLEMSON*
at Virginia*
at Boston College*
DUKE*
at Florida State*
WAKE FOREST*
21*
30*
24*
25*
31*
34*
26*
26*
18*
34*
25*
28*
8-2-10
7-6-13
0-6-6
3-6-9
7-5-12
3-7-10
9-3-12
1-6-7
2-5-7
6-10-16
4-3-7
3-6-9
8-11
13-16
1-5
10-13
9-14
6-13
6-13
10-12
5-7
7-14
9-9
6-12
0-0
1-3
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-1
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
2-2
6-7
0-2
5-6
3-4
2-2
8-8
7-8
4-4
2-2
2-2
4-4
0
1
2
2
1
3
5
2
5
3
0
2
2
2
0
1
1
2
0
1
1
1
3
9
1
2
1
2
1
2
3
3
2
2
1
2
0
1
0
1
1
0
1
1
1
1
0
2
0
1
0
2
1
0
1
2
2
0
1
1
18
33
2
25
21
14
20
27
14
16
20
16
 BeforeMaryland
Lettered four years for the Crusaders ... Gatorade State Player of the Year in Maryland in 2008-09 ...
first-team All-Met as a senior and Most Valuable Player in 2007 and 2009 ... named Best Offensive Player
for final three seasons ... named MVP and most outstanding player on offense of the 2008-09 National
Association for Christian Athletes playoffs ... Maryland Gazette Player of the Year in 2009.
 Personal
Tianna Marie Hawkins ... daughter of Latanya Hawkins ... born in Washington D.C. ...twin sister, Tierra,
plays at Delaware State... favorite athlete is Carmelo Anthony ... enjoys sleeping, watching movies and
spending time with family ... also considered Delaware State, George Washington, Virginia, Wake Forest,
Seton Hall and Virginia Tech ... majoring in criminology and criminal justice ... career plan is to become
a federal agent.
 HAWKINSSeason/Career Highs
SEASON HIGHS
CAREER HIGHS
POINTS
33 at Loyola (11/11/12)
REBOUNDS 16 at Delaware (12/20/12)
FG MADE
13 at Loyola (11/11/12)
FG ATT.
16 at Loyola (11/11/12)
3 FG MADE 1 at Loyola (11/11/12)
3 FG ATT.
3 at Loyola (11/11/12)
FT MADE
8 vs. Virginia (12/6/12)
FT ATT.
8 (2X) last vs. George Mason (12/8/12)
ASSISTS
3 vs. Brown (12/28/12)
BLOCKS
1 (7X) last at Delaware (12/20/12)
STEALS
2 (3X) last at Towson (12/11/12)
MINUTES
34 (2X) last at Delaware (12/20/12)
**-school record
33 at Loyola (11/11/12)
24 vs. Wake Forest (1/19/12)**
13 at Loyola (11/11/12)
16 at Loyola (11/11/12)
1 at Loyola (11/11/12)
3 at Loyola (11/11/12)
9 at Clemson (1/16/11)
11 at Clemson (1/16/11)
4 vs. Georgetown (11/13/11)
5 vs. East Carolina (3/21/10)
6 vs. #19 Louisville (3/19/12)
38 vs. #19 Louisville (3/19/12)
 HAWKINSMiscellaneous Stats
CATEGORY
SEASON CAREER LAST TIME
Double-Figure Scoring
10-plus rebounds
Double-Doubles
 HAWKINSCareer
Season
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
CAREER
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G-GS
34-9
32-18
36-36
12-12
114-75
MP-MPG
778-22.9
538-16.8
934-25.9
322-26.8
2572-22.6
10
6
6
51
39
30
AVG
7.5
5.4
9.1
9.8
7.7
PF-FO
79-0
74-1
100-5
26-2
279-8
20 vs. Brown (12/28/12)
16 at Delaware (12/20/12)
16 pts, 16 rebs at Delaware (12/20/12)
Statistics
FG-FGA
133-234
93-160
187-300
90-139
503-833
PCT.
.568
.581
.623
.647
.604
3FG-FGA
0-0
0-1
0-2
1-4
1-7
PCT.
.000
.000
.000
.250
.143
FT-FTA
48-77
50-66
58-85
45-51
201-279
PCT.
.623
.758
.682
.882
.720
OFF DEF
106 150
69 104
157 169
53
65
385 488
REB
256
173
326
118
873
AST
10
10
31
14
65
TO
62
30
64
22
178
BLK
33
20
39
9
101
STL
21
14
34
11
80
PTS
314
236
432
226
1208
AVG
9.2
7.4
12.0
18.8
10.6
2012-13 Maryland Women’s Basketball Notes
2012-13 Maryland Women’s Basketball
#22 TierneyPFIRMAN
Foward • 6-2 • Freshman • HS • Williamsport, Pa. (South Williamsport Junior Senior HS)
• ACC Rookie of the Week (12/10/12)
 Frese on Pfirman: “Tierney is cut
from the same cloth as Marissa Coleman and Alyssa
Thomas in that she’s a big perimeter player that can
do damage inside and out. Back in her hometown,
she became a local legend really young. She has a
lot of potential to be a very good player for us. Now it’s
our job to challenge her and help her on this journey.
I love players that are versatile and can put the ball
in the basket. Tierney fits that description. She’s got
a great opportunity to learn from some terrific teammates and I’m excited about what she
can do for us.”
 2012-13Season
Has seen action in every game and started in seven...saw first career action as a Terp with
nine points, six rebounds in 19 minutes vs. Mount St. Mary’s (Nov. 9)...scored 13 points off
5-6 shooting from the field with three assists at Loyola (Nov. 11)...scored nine points in 17
minutes vs. American (Nov. 21)...grabbed four steals in Terps’ win at #19 Nebraska (Nov.
28)...made first career start at #2 Connecticut (Dec. 3)...scored 17 points with three boards
in 28 minutes vs. Virginia (Dec. 6)...scored 11 points with five rebounds and three steals vs.
George Mason (Dec. 8)...named ACC Rookie of the Week (Dec. 10)...dished career-high
eight assists with just one turnover and grabbed five rebounds and six points at Towson (Dec.
11)...scored seven points with a three in 15 minutes (Dec. 20)...had nine points, all in the
second half, vs. Brown (Dec. 28)...scored 11 points with eight boards, three assists, a block
and a steal vs. Hartford (Dec. 29).
 BeforeMaryland
No. 5 Forward in the 2012 class and No. 22 overall player, according to ESPN.com’s Hoop
Gurlz rankings...earned a scouts grade of 95...scored 2,000 career points and broke the
South scoring record late this past season before finishing with 2,309 career points, second
in Lycoming County history...averaged 24 ppg, 13 rpg, and 3 apg as a senior...four-time Associated Press All-State honoree... two-time Williamsport Sun-Gazette Female Athlete of the
Year ...ESPN Radio 104.1FM/1050AM Basketball Player of the Year in freshman, sophomore
and junior seasons...made AP’s All-State Third Team as a freshman, Second Team as a
sophomore and First Team as a junior...named the Williamsport Sun-Gazette Player of the
Year as a sophomore and as a junior...First Team All-Conference in Heartland III ...coached
by Mike Allison at South Williamsport...also played for the Lady Runnin’ Rebels, where she
was coached by Bill McDonough.
 Personal
Parents are Stephen and Kim Pfirman...father played football at Rutgers...graduated from
high school with honors...finished 6th in the state in javelin in high school...loves to watch
movies, spend time with family and go hunting...chose Maryland for the family atmosphere,
distance to home, and she loved the staff and players...also considered Rutgers, Florida,
NC State, Vanderbilt, Iowa State and Delaware...letters and sciences major.
 PFIRMANCareer
Season
2012-13
G-GS
12-7
MP-MPG
248-20.7
 PFIRMAN12-13 Game-By-Game
OPPONENT
MIN FG-A 3FG-A FT-A
MOUNT ST. MARY’S
at Loyola
at St. Joseph’s
AMERICAN
at #19 Nebraska
at #2 Connecticut
VIRGINIA*
GEORGE MASON
at Towson
at Delaware
BROWN
HARTFORD
at #15 North Carolina*
FLORIDA STATE*
MIAMI*
at Virginia Tech*
NC STATE*
at Georgia Tech*
NORTH CAROLINA*
at Clemson*
BOSTON COLLEGE*
at Wake Forest*
at Duke*
CLEMSON*
at Virginia*
at Boston College*
DUKE*
at Florida State*
WAKE FOREST*
21
24
14
17
14
17*
28*
26*
28*
15*
23*
23*
4-11
5-6
1-4
4-10
2-5
1-4
7-18
5-10
2-8
3-7
4-11
3-9
0-2
0-0
0-2
1-4
0-2
0-1
1-8
1-4
0-3
1-3
0-0
1-4
O-D-R PF A TO BLK S TP
1-2
3-4
0-0
0-1
0-0
0-0
2-4
0-0
2-2
0-0
1-1
4-5
3-3-6
0-2-2
1-2-3
1-2-3
1-0-1
0-1-1
1-2-3
3-2-5
3-2-5
1-0-1
1-2-3
1-7-8
1
2
1
0
2
2
4
0
1
1
0
0
3
3
1
0
1
0
1
3
8
1
2
3
3
3
0
2
1
4
2
1
1
2
1
0
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
1
1
0
1
1
0
0
0
4
0
0
3
0
1
0
1
9
13
2
9
4
2
17
11
6
7
9
11
 PFIRMANSeason/Career Highs
SEASON HIGHS
CAREER HIGHS
POINTS
REBOUNDS
FG MADE
FG ATT.
3 FG MADE
3 FG ATT.
FT MADE
FT ATT.
ASSISTS
BLOCKS
STEALS
MINUTES
17 vs. Virginia (12/6/12)
8 vs. Hartford (12/29/12)
7 vs. Virginia (12/6/12)
18 vs. Virginia (12/6/12)
1 (5X) last vs. Hartford (12/29/12)
8 vs. Virginia (12/6/12)
4 vs. Hartford (12/29/12)
5 vs. Hartford (12/29/12)
8 at Towson (12/11/12)
1 (6X) last vs. Hartford (12/29/12)
4 at #19 Nebraska (11/28/12)
28 (2X) last at Towson (12/11/12)
Statistics
FG-FGA
41-103
PCT.
.398
3FG-FGA
5-33
PCT.
.152
FT-FTA
13-19
PCT.
.684
OFF DEF
16
25
REB
41
MARYLAND TERRAPINS: 2006 NCAA Champions • 2009 & 2012 ACC Champions
AVG
3.4
PF-FO
14-0
AST
26
TO
20
BLK
6
STL
10
PTS
100
AVG
8.3
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2012-13 Maryland Women’s Basketball
#25 AlyssaTHOMAS
Forward • 6-2 • Junior • 2V • Harrisburg, Pa. (Central Dauphin High School)
• Notched triple-double (12/8/12)
• WBCA Coaches’ All-American (2012)
• USBWA All-American (2012)
• AP All-American (First Team, 2012)
• Wooden Preseason Top 30 (2011, 2012)
• Naismith early season watch list (11, 12)
• ACC Player of the Year (2012)
• Preseason ACC POTY (2012)
• ACC Tournament MVP (2012)
• All-ACC Team (2nd Team, 2011; First
Team, 2012)
• ACC Player of the Week (5X)
• ACC Rookie of the Year (2011)
 Frese on Thomas: “The most ferocious competitor I’ve ever coached. I knew the
first time I saw her when I recruited her that she had a chance to be an All-American. Seeing her smile on
the court is one of the best sights. Alyssa plays with a passion that very few can match. Not only that, she
demands the people around her get better. In anything we do that’s competitive, Alyssa leads the way.
Her motor runs at a level most will never know. I love challenging her and she wants to be challenged.
Since she’s been here, we’ve seen her grow in so many areas. She’s given us every ounce she has to
offer and will do anything to help her team win. She can make plays that others can only dream about.”
 2012-13Season
Named the ACC’s Preseason Player of the Year by the Blue Ribbon Panel...also named to the Wooden
Preseason Top 30 list and Naismith early season watch list...has scored in double digits in 68 of 78
games in her career and has six double-doubles, including one triple-double, this year ...named ACC
Player of the Week on Dec. 3...scored 14 points with seven boards and five assists vs. Mount St. Mary’s
(Nov. 9)...dished six assists with six rebounds at Loyola (Nov. 11)...notched first double-double of the
season with 16 points, 15 rebounds at Saint Joseph’s (Nov. 17)...dished five asssts with four boards in
24 minutes vs. American (Nov. 21)...scored 25 points, dished a career-high eight assists along with five
boards and six steals in Terps’ win at #19 Nebraska (Nov. 28)...pulled down seven boards with four assists and a steal at #2 Connecticut (Dec. 3)...went 10-for-11 at the foul line for 20 points, 11 rebounds, five
assists and four steals vs. Virginia (Dec. 6)...notched program’s second triple-double vs. George Mason
with 11 points, 12 rebounds and 11 assists with four steals in 31 minutes on the floor (Dec. 8)...had 23
points and 13 rebounds, including 15 and nine in the first half, along with three assists, a block and a
steal, at Towson (Dec. 11)...had 13 points, 13 rebounds and five assists at Delaware (Dec. 20)....had 16
points, eight boards and six assists vs. Brown (Dec. 28)...scored 22 points with 11 rebounds and three
steals vs. Hartford and was named to the Terrapin Classic All-Tournament Team (Dec. 29).
 Before Maryland
2010 Parade All-American 1st team...unanimous 2010 ESPN All-American...2010 USA Today AllAmerican...2010 Pennsylvania AAAA State Player of the Year...three-time Penn. AAAA 1st team All-State
(2008, ‘09, ‘10)...finished as school’s all-time leading scorer accumulating 2,291 points ... also amassed
1,390 rebounds, 452 assists and 372 steals.
 Personal
Daughter of Bobby Thomas and Tina Klotzbeecher-Thomas ... has two siblings, Devin and Alexia ...
Devin plays at Wake Forest..Devin broke a backboard on Feb. 16 and was SportsCenter’s No. 1 play...
Alyssa’s block vs. Duke was No. 1 three days later ...Family Science major ... sports hero is Michael
Jordan ... also considered Notre Dame, Penn State, Miami and NC State ... chose Maryland because
she loved the family atmosphere.
 THOMAS12-13 Game-By-Game
OPPONENT
MIN FG-A 3FG-A FT-A
MOUNT ST. MARY’S
at Loyola
at St. Joseph’s
AMERICAN
at #19 Nebraska
at #2 Connecticut
VIRGINIA*
GEORGE MASON
at Towson
at Delaware
BROWN
HARTFORD
at #15 North Carolina*
FLORIDA STATE*
MIAMI*
at Virginia Tech*
NC STATE*
at Georgia Tech*
NORTH CAROLINA*
at Clemson*
BOSTON COLLEGE*
at Wake Forest*
at Duke*
CLEMSON*
at Virginia*
at Boston College*
DUKE*
at Florida State*
WAKE FOREST*
26*
29*
37*
24*
36*
36*
30*
31*
23*
37*
27*
35*
7-12
1-9
6-25
3-6
9-19
2-12
5-11
5-15
8-15
4-13
7-12
7-14
0-0
0-2
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
1-2
1-2
0-0
0-0
O-D-R PF A TO BLK S TP
0-0
1-6-7
3-5
2-4-6
4-4
9-6-15
1-2
2-2-4
7-9
1-4-5
2-2
1-6-7
10-11 3-8-11
1-4 2-10-12
6-6 2-11-13
4-4 2-11-13
2-2
2-6-8
8-10
6-5-11
1 5
1 6
2 3
1 5
2 8
4 4
5 5
2 11
2 3
2 5
2 6
1 1
1
3
7
3
3
8
5
5
1
5
4
1
0
1
3
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
0
1
1
1
2
6
1
4
4
3
0
1
3
14
5
16
7
25
6
20
11
23
13
16
22
 THOMASSeason/Career Highs
POINTS
REBOUNDS
FG MADE
FG ATT.
3 FG MADE
3 FG ATT.
FT MADE
FT ATT.
ASSISTS
BLOCKS
STEALS
MINUTES
SEASON HIGHS
CAREER HIGHS
25 at #19 Nebraska (11/28/12)
15 at Saint Joseph’s (11/17/12)
9 at #19 Nebraska (11/28/12)
25 at Saint Joseph’s (11/17/12)
1 at Towson (12/11/12)
2 (2X) last at Towson (12/11/12)
10 vs. Virginia (12/6/12)
11 vs. Virginia (12/6/12)
11 vs. George Mason (12/8/12)
3 at Saint Joseph’s (11/17/12)
6 at #19 Nebraska (11/28/12)
37 at Delaware (12/20/12)
29 vs. #15 Georgia Tech (3/4/12)
17 at NCSU (2/26/12)
12 vs. #15 Georgia Tech (3/4/12)
27 at #23 UNC (1/8/12)
2 at #5 Duke (1/22/12)
4 vs. Michigan (11/30/11)
12 at #22 Georgia Tech (2/6/12)
12 (2X) last at #22 Georgia Tech (2/6/12)
11 vs. George Mason (12/8/12)
4 at NCSU (2/26/12)
7 at Clemson (1/16/11)
44 at #23 UNC (1/8/12)
 THOMASMiscellaneous Stats
CATEGORY
SEASON CAREER LAST TIME
Double-Figure Scoring
Double-Doubles
Triple-Doubles
Games with 2+ steals
Games with 5+ assists
 THOMASCareer
Season
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
CAREER
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G-GS
31-31
35-35
12-12
78-78
MP-MPG
841-27.1
1118-31.9
371-30.9
2330-29.9
9
6
1
6
8
68
25
1
45
16
AVG
7.3
8.0
9.3
7.9
PF-FO
73-2
75-1
25-1
173-4
22 vs. Hartford (12/29/12)
22 pts, 11 rebs vs. Hartford (12/29/12)
11 pts, 12 rebs, 11 asts vs. GMU (12/8/12)
3 vs. Hartford (12/29/12)
6 vs. Brown (12/28/12)
Statistics
FG-FGA
171-356
233-504
64-163
468-1023
PCT.
.480
.462
.393
.457
3FG-FGA
0-5
7-27
2-6
9-38
PCT.
.000
.259
.333
.237
FT-FTA
108-148
128-160
48-59
284-367
PCT.
.730
.800
.814
.774
OFF DEF
95 131
84 195
33
79
212 405
REB
226
279
112
617
AST
50
113
62
225
TO
82
85
46
213
BLK
5
14
7
26
STL
66
57
27
150
PTS
450
601
178
1229
AVG
14.5
17.2
14.8
15.8
2012-13 Maryland Women’s Basketball Notes
2012-13 Maryland Women’s Basketball
#32 CaitlinADAMS
Forward • 6-3 • Senior • Leawood, Kan. (Notre Dame de Sion/Texas A&M)
 Frese on Adams:
“We are really
excited to welcome Caitlin to our family. She’s athletic
and is a team player that we know can really help us out
depth-wise. She came in and spent time with us and we
just knew she’d fit right in with our program.”
 2012-13Season
Joined team prior to game at North Carolina.
 BeforeMaryland
Played volleyball on Terrapin team for 2011 and 2012 seasons...played middle blocker...saw action in
184 sets and recorded 295 kills, 142 blocks and had a hitting percentage of .257...played freshman
and sophomore seasons at Texas A&M... played AAU basketball for three years for the Bullets and
high school basketball for her school, which is located in Kansas City.
 Personal
Caitlin Mary Adams...daughter of David Adams and Diane Van Buskirk...stepdad is Pat Van
Buskirk...has five siblings, Rebecca, Kyle, Aubrey, Delaney and Kelsey...majoring in criminology
and criminal justice with a minor in Spanish...awarded 2011 University of Maryland Presidential
Transfer Scholarship.
 ADAMS12-13 Game-By-Game
OPPONENT
MIN FG-A 3FG-A FT-A
O-D-R PF A TO BLK S TP
MOUNT ST. MARY’S
at Loyola
at St. Joseph’s
AMERICAN
at #19 Nebraska
at #2 Connecticut
VIRGINIA*
GEORGE MASON
at Towson
at Delaware
BROWN
HARTFORD
at #15 North Carolina*
FLORIDA STATE*
MIAMI*
at Virginia Tech*
NC STATE*
at Georgia Tech*
NORTH CAROLINA*
at Clemson*
BOSTON COLLEGE*
at Wake Forest*
at Duke*
CLEMSON*
at Virginia*
at Boston College*
DUKE*
at Florida State*
WAKE FOREST*
 ADAMSSeason/Career Highs
SEASON HIGHS
CAREER HIGHS
POINTS
REBOUNDS
FG MADE
FG ATT.
3 FG MADE
3 FG ATT.
FT MADE
FT ATT.
ASSISTS
BLOCKS
STEALS
MINUTES
 ADAMSCareer
Season
2012-13
G-GS
Statistics
MP-MPG
FG-FGA
PCT.
3FG-FGA
PCT.
FT-FTA
PCT.
OFF DEF
MARYLAND TERRAPINS: 2006 NCAA Champions • 2009 & 2012 ACC Champions
REB
AVG
PF-FO
AST
TO
BLK
STL
PTS
AVG
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2012-13 Maryland Women’s Basketball
#40 KatieRUTAN
Guard • 5-8 • Redshirt-Junior • TR • Ambler, Pa. (Springside School/Xavier)
 Frese on Rutan:
“Katie hit a lot of
big shots against us in practice last year. I’m really glad
we can reverse her jersey and let her do some damage
for us the next two seasons. She doesn’t need a lot of
time or space to get one off and she hits dagger shots.
She has a terrific feel for finding spaces on the floor and is
very savvy. She’s brought so many intangibles to our team
that she made us better without ever playing one second
for us. She’s also a student in Maryland’s prestigious
business school, which is really tough to get admitted to.”
 2012-13Season
Has seen action in every game and started in three...has hit at least two threes in seven of the
Terps’ 12 games so far this season...scored eight points with career-high four assists in Terp debut
vs. Mount St. Mary’s (Nov. 9)...went 2-3 from the field with six rebounds at Loyola (Nov. 11)...scored
six points with four assists at Saint Joseph’s (Nov. 17)...scored 10 points with five boards and four
assists vs. American (Nov. 21)...scored eight points with a three in Terps’ game at #2 Connecticut
(Dec. 3)...hit two threes and grabbed three boards in Terps’ win over Virginia (Dec. 6)...added seven
points with three assists and three boards vs. George Mason (Dec. 8)...went 3-for-7 from the field
for 16 points with three assists, three board and a steal at Towson (Dec. 11)...hit a clutch three
and added 13 points, three rebounds in 28 minutes at Delaware (Dec. 20)...had 11 points with four
boards and five assists vs. Brown (Dec. 28).
 BeforeMaryland
Played freshman and sophomore seasons at Xavier...named to 2010 Atlantic 10 All-Rookie Team...
twice hit seven three’s in a game, most recently at Michigan on Nov. 15, 2010...averaged 22.4
minutes and 8.0 points per game at Xavier...shot .394 percent from outside the arc over those
two years...missed six games in the beginning of the 2010-11 season due to a foot injury...in
2010 NCAA Tournament, team went to Elite Eight before falling to Stanford 55-53 to advance to
national semifinals...in 2011, team was ranked in the top 5 for much of the year before earning a
No. 2 seed in the NCAA Tournament...team fell to Louisville in the NCAA Second Round...named
to 2011 Atlantic 10 Honor Roll.
 BeforeXavier
Scored 1,755 points during her four-year high school career, including 1,016 points during her final
two years at Springside School ... Led the squad to a 19-10 record during her senior year. The 19
wins established a new school record ... Averaged 20.3 points per game during her senior year ...
Honored as the Interac League Player of the Year and was also selected to the All-League First
Team ... Selected as an Associated Press First Team Pick in Class A ... Made it to the final round
of the McDonald’s All-American Team selection process and was selected as a McDonald’s AllAmerican Honorable Mention ... Ranked in the top-100 by ESPN/Hoopgurlz.
 Personal
Parents are Frank and Kerry Rutan...has one brother, Alex ... majoring in finance and international business.
 RUTAN12-13 Game-By-Game
OPPONENT
MIN FG-A 3FG-A FT-A
MOUNT ST. MARY’S
at Loyola
at St. Joseph’s
AMERICAN
at #19 Nebraska
at #2 Connecticut
VIRGINIA*
GEORGE MASON
at Towson
at Delaware
BROWN
HARTFORD
at #15 North Carolina*
FLORIDA STATE*
MIAMI*
at Virginia Tech*
NC STATE*
at Georgia Tech*
NORTH CAROLINA*
at Clemson*
BOSTON COLLEGE*
at Wake Forest*
at Duke*
CLEMSON*
at Virginia*
at Boston College*
DUKE*
at Florida State*
WAKE FOREST*
22*
18*
36*
20
17
30
27
23
31
28
29
23
3-6
2-4
2-5
4-9
2-7
2-5
3-7
2-5
5-11
5-8
5-11
0-1
2-4
2-3
2-3
2-5
1-4
1-4
2-5
1-4
3-7
3-5
1-7
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
1-1
3-3
0-0
2-2
3-4
0-0
0-0
0-0
O-D-R PF A TO BLK S TP
0-4-4
1-5-6
1-1-2
3-2-5
1-1-2
0-0-0
1-2-3
0-3-3
3-0-3
0-3-3
1-3-4
0-2-2
1
4
3
0
2
1
0
0
1
1
2
3
4
0
4
4
0
0
1
3
3
2
5
3
2
1
1
1
2
0
2
1
0
1
4
3
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
8
6
6
10
6
8
8
7
16
13
11
8
 RUTANSeason/Career Highs
POINTS
REBOUNDS
FG MADE
FG ATT.
3 FG MADE
3 FG ATT.
FT MADE
FT ATT.
ASSISTS
BLOCKS
STEALS
MINUTES
SEASON HIGHS
CAREER HIGHS
16 at Towson (12/11/12)
6 at Loyola (11/11/12)
5 (3X) last vs. Brown (12/28/12)
11 (2X) last vs. Brown (12/28/12)
3 (2X) last at Delaware (12/20/12)
7 (2X) last vs. Brown (12/28/12)
3 (2X) last at Towson (12/11/12)
4 at Towson (12/11/12)
5 vs. Brown (12/28/12)
1 (2X) last vs. Brown (12/28/12)
1 (6X) last at Towson (12/11/12)
36 at Saint Joseph’s (11/17/12)
25 vs. Saint Louis (1/20/10)
6 at Loyola (11/11/12)
8 vs. Saint Louis (1/20/10)
15 vs. Louisville (3/22/11)
7 (2X) last at Michigan (11/15/10)
14 vs. Louisville (3/22/11)
3 (6X) last at Towson (12/11/12)
6 vs. Louisville (11/23/10)
5 vs. Brown (12/28/12)
1 (8X) last vs. Brown (12/28/12)
2 (2X) last vs. Miss. Valley St. (11/23/09)
36 at Saint Joseph’s (11/17/12)
 RUTANMiscellaneous Stats
CATEGORY
SEASON CAREER LAST TIME
Double-Figure Scoring
Games with 20+ points
Games with 2+ threes
 RUTANCareer
Season
G-GS
2009-10 (Xavier) 34-1
2010-11 (Xavier) 26-5
2011-12
2012-13
12-3
CAREER
72-10
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4
7
22
2
30
11 vs. Brown (12/28/12)
22 at Michigan (11/15/10)
3 at Delaware (12/20/12)
Statistics
MP-MPG
697-20.5
644-24.8
FG-FGA
101-254
58-153
PCT.
.398
.379
3FG-FGA
85-210
53-140
304-25.3
1645-22.9
35-79
194-486
.443
.399
20-51
158-401
PCT.
FT-FTA
PCT.
.405
13-16
.813
.379
11-15
.733
REDSHIRT SEASON
.392
9-10
.900
.394
42-51
.824
OFF DEF
2
45
3
50
11
16
26
121
REB
47
53
AVG
1.4
2.0
PF-FO
35-0
42-1
AST
29
44
TO
34
30
BLK
5
1
STL
14
12
PTS
300
180
AVG
8.8
6.9
37
137
3.1
1.9
16-0
93-1
27
100
15
79
2
8
6
32
99
579
8.3
8.0
2012-13 Maryland Women’s Basketball Notes
2012-13 Maryland Women’s Basketball
Career vs.NORTH CAROLINA STATS
SequoiaAUSTIN
G-GS
vs. UNC (2/24/12)
at #23 UNC (1/8/12)
vs. #10 UNC (1/23/11)
CAREER
2-0
MP-MPG
1
FG-FGA
0-2
PCT.
.000
3FG-FGA
0-0
PCT.
.000
FT-FTA
0-0
PCT.
.000
DNP
.000
.000
OFF DEF
1
0
1
2-1.0
0-1
0-3
.000
.000
0-0
0-0
.000
.000
0-0
0-0
0
0
0
1
FG-FGA
7-10
1-5
4-5
12-20
PCT.
.700
.200
.800
.600
3FG-FGA
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
PCT.
.000
.000
.000
.000
FT-FTA
PCT.
0-1
.000
2-3
.667
4-4 1.000
6-8
.750
OFF DEF
2
2
5
5
2
1
9
8
REB
4
10
3
17
AVG
FG-FGA
3-6
3-6
4-6
4-6
3-8
17-32
PCT.
.500
.500
.667
.667
.375
.531
3FG-FGA
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
PCT.
.000
.000
.000
.000
.000
.000
FT-FTA
2-2
1-3
0-1
5-5
0-1
8-12
PCT.
1.000
.333
.000
1.000
.000
.750
OFF DEF
2
3
7
5
5
2
2
9
1
3
17
22
REB
5
12
7
11
4
39
AVG
FG-FGA
5-5
5-11
4-4
14-19
PCT.
1.000
.455
1.000
.737
3FG-FGA PCT.
3-3 1.000
1-5 .200
1-1 1.000
5-9 .833
FT-FTA
PCT.
0-0
.000
1-2
.500
1-1 1.000
2-3
.667
OFF DEF
2
3
1
4
0
5
3
12
REB
5
5
5
15
AVG
FG-FGA
1-4
2-6
3-10
PCT.
.250
.333
.300
3FG-FGA PCT.
1-1 1.000
0-0 .000
1-1 1.000
FT-FTA
PCT.
2-2 1.000
1-1 1.000
3-3 1.000
OFF DEF
0
1
0
1
0
2
REB
1
1
2
AVG
FG-FGA
9-17
10-27
5-12
24-56
PCT.
.529
.370
.417
.429
3FG-FGA
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
PCT.
.000
.000
.000
.000
FT-FTA
PCT.
2-2 1.000
4-6
.667
6-6 1.000
12-14
.857
OFF DEF
5
9
1
7
2
11
8
27
REB
14
8
13
33
AVG
FG-FGA
0-0
PCT.
.000
3FG-FGA
0-0
PCT.
.000
FT-FTA
0-0
OFF DEF
0
0
REB
0
1-1
1.000
0-0
.000
0-0
1-1
1.000
0-0
.000
0-0
0
1
REB
1
AVG
0.5
PF-FO
0
AST
0
TO
0
BLK
0
STL
0
PTS
0
AVG
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
PF-FO
5
5
0
10-2
AST
0
0
1
1
TO
0
3
3
6
BLK
0
0
0
0
STL
0
2
0
2
PTS
14
4
12
30
PF-FO
5
1
3
4
3
16-1
AST
1
2
0
0
2
5
TO
0
2
0
0
0
2
BLK
0
0
0
0
1
1
STL
0
1
0
0
1
2
PTS
8
7
8
13
6
42
AVG
PF-FO
0
3
1
4
AST
3
1
0
4
TO
2
3
2
7
BLK
1
0
0
1
STL
0
0
0
0
PTS
13
12
10
35
AVG
PF-FO
0
1
1
AST
2
2
4
TO
1
1
2
BLK
0
0
0
STL
1
0
1
PTS
5
5
10
AVG
PF-FO
2
3
4
6
AST
7
1
2
12
TO
3
2
4
9
BLK
0
1
0
0
STL
0
2
2
2
PTS
20
24
16
70
AVG
PF-FO
1
AST
0
TO
0
BLK
0
STL
0
PTS
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
1
0
0
0
0
2
0.0
AliciaDeVAUGHN
G-GS
vs. UNC (2/24/12)
at #23 UNC (1/8/12)
vs. #10 UNC (1/23/11)
CAREER
3-1
MP-MPG
19
34*
11
64-21.3
5.7
AVG
10.0
TiannaHAWKINS
G-GS
MP-MPG
vs. UNC (2/24/12)
13*
at #23 UNC (1/8/12)
27*
vs. #10 UNC (1/23/11)
17*
ACC Quarterfinals (3/7/10)
22
at #10 UNC (1/17/10)
21*
CAREER
5-4
100-20.0
7.8
8.4
LaurinMINCY
G-GS
vs. UNC (2/24/12)
at #23 UNC (1/8/12)
vs. #10 UNC (1/23/11)
CAREER
3-1
MP-MPG
29
38*
14
78-26.0
5.0
11.7
BreneMOSELEY
G-GS
vs. UNC (2/24/12)
at #23 UNC (1/8/12)
CAREER
2-0
MP-MPG
20
13
33-16.5
1.0
5.0
AlyssaTHOMAS
G-GS
vs. UNC (2/24/12)
at #23 UNC (1/8/12)
vs. #10 UNC (1/23/10)
CAREER
3-3
MP-MPG
35*
44*
33*
112-37.3
11.0
23.3
EssenceTOWNSEND
G-GS
MP-MPG
vs. UNC (2/24/12)
2
at #23 UNC (1/8/12)
vs. #10 UNC (1/23/11)
1
ACC Quarterfinals (3/4/10)
at #10 UNC (1/17/10)
CAREER
2-0
3-1.5
PCT.
.000
DNP
.000
DNP
DNP
.000
0
0
0
0
0
0
MARYLAND TERRAPINS: 2006 NCAA Champions • 2009 & 2012 ACC Champions
AVG
0.0
AVG
1.0
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2012-13 Maryland Women’s Basketball
Career Record Book UPDATE
Points (1,000 or more)
Rk.PTS
1. 2,247
2. 2,205
3. 2,078
4. 1,928
5. 1,878
6. 1,679
7. 1,630
8. 1,621
9. 1,601
10. 1,541
11. 1,512
12. 1,450
13. 1,425
14. 1,423
15. 1,407
16. 1,396
17. 1,372
18. 1,350
19. 1,349
20. 1,291
21. 1,284
22.1,229
23. 1,218
24.1,208
25. 1,189
26. 1,163
27. 1,113
28. 1,052
Player (Years)
Crystal Langhorne (2005-08)
Marissa Coleman (2006-09)
Kristi Toliver (06-09)
Vicky Bullett (1986-89)
Shay Doron (2004-07)
Christy Winters (1987-90)
Marcia Richardson (1979-84)
Lynetta Kizer (2008-12)
Jessie Hicks (1990-93)
Deanna Tate (1986-89)
Deedee Warley (1999-02)
Marche Strickland (1999-02)
Kris Kirchner (1978-80)
Myra Waters (1979-82)
Laura Harper (2005-08)
Jasmina Perazic (1980-83)
Chequita Wood (1983-86)
Tara Heiss (1975-78)
Stephanie Cross (1995-98)
Lisa Brown (1985-88)
Belinda Pearman (1981-84)
ALYSSA THOMAS (2010-pres.)
Bonnie Rimkus (1991-94)
TIANNA HAWKINS (2009-pres.)
Debbie Lytle (1980-83)
Renneika Razor (2000-03)
Jane Zivalich (1976-79)
Carla Holmes (1988-91)
Rebounds
Rk.RBS
1. 1,229
2. 1,139
3. 968
4. 958
5. 936
6. 873
873
8. 782
9. 723
10. 716
11. 703
703
13. 690
14. 681
15. 672
16. 668
17. 617
18. 609
Player (Years)
Crystal Langhorne (2005-08)
Marissa Coleman (2006-09)
Vicky Bullett (1986-89)
Lynetta Kizer (2009-12)
Kris Kirchner (1978-80)
TIANNA HAWKINS (2009-pres.)
Laura Harper (2005-08)
Myra Waters (1979-82)
Christy Winters (1987-90)
Stephanie Cross (1995-98)
Jessie Hicks (1990-93)
Chequita Wood (1983-86)
Deedee Warley (1999-02)
Subrena Rivers (1986-90)
Bonnie Rimkus (1991-94)
Debbie Lytle (1980-83)
ALYSSA THOMAS (2010-pres.)
Jade Perry (2005-08)
Assists (300 or more)
Rk.ATS
1. 751
2. 583
3. 504
4. 500
5. 486
6. 453
7. 439
8. 416
9. 411
10. 406
11. 402
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Player (Years)
Kristi Toliver (2006-09)
Debbie Lytle (1980-83)
Tara Heiss (1975-78)
Deanna Tate (1986-89)
Anjale Barrett (2008-12)
Marissa Coleman (2006-09)
Carla Holmes (1988-91)
Anesia Smith (2002-05)
Shay Doron (2004-07)
Subrena Rivers (1986-90)
Marcia Richardson (1982-84)
12.
13.
14.
15.
15.
383
381
371
364
354
Lisa Brown (1985-88)
Tiffany Brown (1997-00)
Sonia Chase (1995-98)
Vicki Brick (2000, 02-04)
Terri Daniels (2000-03)
Steals
Rk.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
ST
315
309
293
266
241
236
225
223
220
212
205
190
188
182
172
Player (Years)
Debbie Lytle (1980-83)
Sonia Chase (1995-98)
Deanna Tate (1986-89)
Renneika Razor (2000-03)
Myra Waters (1979-82)
Chequita Wood (1983-86)
Vicki Brick (2000, 02-04)
Shay Doron (2004-07)
Vicky Bullett (1986-89)
Lisa Brown (1985-88)
Marissa Coleman (2006-09)
Tiffany Brown (1997-00)
Stephanie Cross (1995-98)
Marcia Richardson (1981-84)
Anesia Smith (2002-05)
Blocked Shots
Rk.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
16.
18.
19.
B
198
186
170
141
137
101
97
91
91
86
79
75
74
71
71
66
65
62
55
Player (Years)
Laura Harper (2005-08)
Kris Kirchner (1978-80)
Vicky Bullett (1986-89)
Marissa Coleman (2006-09)
Jessie Hicks (1990-93)
TIANNA HAWKINS (2009-pres.)
Krystala Kimrey (1977-80)
ALICIA DeVAUGHN (2010-pres.)
Christy Winters (1987-90)
Chequita Wood (1983-86)
Diandra Tchatchouang (2009-11)
Lynetta Kizer (2008-12)
Debbie Lytle (1980-83)
Crystal Washington (2001-04)
Rosita Melbourne (1999-02)
Myra Waters (1979-82)
Carolin Dehn-Duhr (1985-87)
Bonnie Rimkus (1991-94)
Deedee Warley (1999-02)
Field Goals Made
Rk.FGM
1. 889
2. 816
3. 776
4. 708
5. 703
6. 693
7. 649
8. 621
9. 618
618
11. 593
12. 592
13. 581
14. 571
15. 569
16. 563
Player (Years)
Crystal Langhorne (2005-08)
Vicky Bullett (1986-89)
Marissa Coleman (2006-09)
Kristi Toliver (2006-09)
Christy Winters (1987-90)
Marcia Richardson (1981-84)
Jessie Hicks (1990-93)
Jasmina Perazic (1980-83)
Shay Doron (2004-07)
Deanna Tate (1986-89)
Lynetta Kizer (2008-12)
Chequita Wood (1983-86)
Myra Waters (1979-82)
Tara Heiss (1975-78)
Kris Kirchner (1978-80)
Deedee Warley (1999-02)
Field Goal Percentage
5.
min. 500 attempts/ 2 years
Rk.FG%
1. .662
2. .604
3. 588
4. .571
5. .568
6. .565
7. .563
8. .543
9. 540
10. .539
11. .537
12. .536
13. .529
14. .526
15. .515
16. .509
Player (Years)
Crystal Langhorne (2005-08)
TIANNA HAWKINS (2009-pres.)
Jessie Hicks (1990-93)
Kalisa Davis (1995-98)
Dafne Lee (1989-92)
Laura Harper (2005-08)
Vicky Bullett (1986-89)
Jasmina Perazic (1980-83)
Myra Waters (1979-82)
Branka Bogunovic (1997-00)
Christy Winters (1987-90)
Deanna Tate (1986-89)
Chequita Wood (1983-86)
Marcia Richardson (1981-84)
Jane Zivalich (1976-79)
Betsy Bailey (1978-79)
3-Point Field Goals Made
Rk.FGM
1. 300
2. 172
172
4. 167
5. 150
6. 124
7. 121
8. 111
9. 101
10. 85
11. 80
12. 76
76
14. 75
15. 67
16. 46
17. 39
18. 33
19. 32
32
Player (Years)
Kristi Toliver (2006-09)
Marissa Coleman (2006-09)
Tiffany Brown (1997-00)
Marche Strickland (1999-02)
Shay Doron (2004-07)
Ashleigh Newman (2005-08)
Kim Rodgers (2008-12)
Marah Strickland (2008-09)
Terri Daniels (2000-03)
Lori Bjork (2010)
Chrissy Fisher (2003-04)
LAURIN MINCY (2010-pres.)
Anjale Barrett (2008-12)
Carla Holmes (1989-91)
Kelley Gibson (1995-99)
Diandra Tchatchouang (2009-10)
Lillian Purvis (1995-97)
Alli Spence (2004)
BRENE MOSELEY (2011-pres.)
Limor Mizarachi (1992)
7.
8.
9.
10.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
386
386
362
303
296
287
287
284
278
273
261
256
247
Laura Harper (2005-08)
Deedee Warley (1999-02)
Kristi Toliver (2006-09)
Jessie Hicks (1990-93)
Vicky Bullett (1986-89)
Kris Kirchner (1978-80)
Deanna Tate (1986-89)
ALYSSA THOMAS (2010-pres.)
Renneika Razor (2000-03)
Christy Winters (1987-90)
Myra Waters (1979-82)
Sonia Chase (1995-98)
Debbie Lytle (1980-83)
Free Throw Percentage
min. 200 attempts
Rk.FT%
1. .866
2. .810
3. .804
4. .803
5. .774
6. .721
7. .770
8. .757
9. .752
10. .749
11. .736
12. .735
13. .728
14. .726
15. .725
16. .720
16. .711
Player (Years)
Kristi Toliver (2006-09)
Marissa Coleman (2006-09)
Marche Strickland (1999-02)
Shay Doron (2004-07)
ALYSSA THOMAS (2010-pres.)
Lisa Brown (1985-88)
Marcia Richardson (1981-84)
Deanna Tate (1986-89)
Jasmina Perazic (1980-83)
Michele Andrew (1992-94)
Malissa Boles (1992-93)
Myra Waters (1979-82)
Jade Perry (2005-08)
Jane Zivalich (1976-79)
Vicky Bullett (1986-89)
TIANNA HAWKINS (2009-pres.)
Deedee Warley (1999-02)
Games Played
Rk.
1.
2.
3.
5.
6.
3-Point Field Goal Percentage
GP
144
141
139
139
137
135
135
Player (Years)
Marissa Coleman (2006-09)
Ashleigh Newman (2005-08)
Jade Perry (2005-08)
Kristi Toliver (2006-09)
Anjale Barrett (2008-12)
Lynetta Kizer (2008-12)
Crystal Langhorne (2005-08)
min. 50 attempts/ 2 years
Rk.FG%
1. .408
2. .394
3. .391
4. .388
5. .378
6. .377
7. .362
8. .360
9. .353
10. .352
11. .347
Player (Years)
Kristi Toliver (2006-09)
Kim Bretz (1996-97)
Marah Strickland (2008-09)
Marissa Coleman (2006-09)
Anjale Barrett (2008-12)
Carla Holmes (1989-91)
LAURIN MINCY (2010-pres.)
Chrissy Fisher (2003-04)
Lisa Brown (1985-89)
Terri Daniels (2000-03)
Marche Strickland (1999-02)
Games Started
Rk.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
GS
134
133
128
119
117
Player (Years)
Crystal Langhorne (2005-08)
Marissa Coleman (2006-09)
Kristi Toliver (2006-09)
Shay Doron (2004-07)
Marche Strickland (1999-02)
Free Throws Made
Rk.FTM
1. 492
2. 481
3. 469
4. 411
Player (Years)
Shay Doron (2004-07)
Marissa Coleman (2006-09)
Crystal Langhorne (2005-08)
Lynetta Kizer (2008-12)
2012-13 Maryland Women’s Basketball Notes
2012-13 Maryland Women’s Basketball
Season Record Book UPDATE
Points
Rk.PTS
1. 686
2. 654
3. 653
4. 645
5. 633
6. 631
7. 627
8. 601
9. 594
10. 581
11. 562
12. 549
13. 536
14. 533
15. 529
16. 527
17. 522
18. 511
Steals
Player (Year)
Vicky Bullett (1988-89)
Crystal Langhorne (2005-06)
Marissa Coleman (2008-09)
Kristi Toliver (2008-09)
Deanna Tate (1988-89)
Kristi Toliver (2007-08)
Kris Kirchner (1979-80)
ALYSSA THOMAS (2011-12)
Marissa Coleman (2007-08)
Vicky Bullett (1987-88)
Shay Doron (2004-05)
Crystal Langhorne (2004-05)
Crystal Langhorne (2007-08)
Christy Winters (1989-90)
Jessie Hicks (1992-93)
Lisa Brown (1987-88)
Laura Harper (2007-08)
Shay Doron (2005-06)
Rebounds
Rk.RBS
1. 362
2. 340
3. 326
4. 325
325
6. 316
7. 313
8. 309
9. 303
10. 299
11. 290
12. 287
13. 282
14. 279
15. 275
16. 274
17. 266
18. 258
258
20. 256
256
Player (Year)
Kris Kirchner (1979-80)
Crystal Langhorne (2004-05)
TIANNA HAWKINS (2011-12)
Demauria Liles (2008-09)
Crystal Langhorne (2005-06)
Kris Kirchner (1977-78)
Laura Harper (2007-08)
Marissa Coleman (2005-06)
Vicky Bullett (1987-88)
Marissa Coleman (2005-06)
Crystal Langhorne (2007-08)
Vicky Bullett (1988-89)
Bonnie Rimkus (1993-94)
ALYSSA THOMAS (2011-12)
Marissa Coleman (2007-08)
Crystal Langhorne (2006-07)
Lynetta Kizer (2009-10)
Laura Harper (2005-06)
Kris Kirchner (1978-79)
TIANNA HAWKINS (2009-10)
Marissa Coleman (2006-07)
Rk.
1.
2.
3.
4.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
14.
15.
ST
126
95
90
89
89
89
87
86
80
78
77
73
73
72
71
Field Goals Made
Player (Year)
Deanna Tate (1988-89)
Vicki Brick (1999-00)
Sonia Chase (1994-05)
Debbie Lytle (1981-82)
Deanna Tate (1987-88)
Sonia Chase (1997-98)
Renneika Razor (2002-03)
Debbie Lytle (1979-80)
Chequita Wood (1983-84)
Deanna Tate (1986-86)
Myra Waters (1979-80)
Myra Waters (1980-81)
Debbie Lytle (1980-81)
Vicky Bullett (1988-89)
Vicky Bullett (1987-88)
Blocked Shots
Rk.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
11.
13.
14.
15
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
B
80
70
65
59
54
52
48
47
47
47
46
46
45
44
41
40
39
36
35
34
33
33
Player (Year)
Kris Kirchner (1978-79)
Laura Harper (2005-06)
Laura Harper (2006-07)
Kris Kirchner (1979-80)
Vicky Bullett (1986-87)
Marissa Coleman (2005-06)
Laura Harper (2007-08)
Kris Kirchner (1977-78)
Jessie Hicks (1992-93)
Jessie Hicks (1991-92)
Demauria Liles (2998-09)
Vicky Bullett (1988-89)
ALICIA DeVAUGHN (2011-12)
Diandra Tchatchouang (2009-10)
Vicky Bullett (1987-88)
Crystal Washington (2003-04)
TIANNA HAWKINS (2011-12)
ALICIA DeVAUGHN (2010-11)
Diandra Tchatchouang (2010-11)
Caroline Dehn-Duhr (1984-85)
TIANNA HAWKINS (2009-10)
Christy Winters (1986-87)
Field Goal Percentage
min. 200 attempts
Assists
Rk.ATS
1. 275
2. 249
3. 217
4. 214
5. 183
6. 177
177
8. 171
9. 170
10. 161
11. 158
12. 157
13. 150
14. 149
15. 148
148
17. 145
18. 142
Player (Year)
Kristi Toliver (2007-08)
Tara Heiss (1977-78)
Deanna Tate (1988-89)
Anesia Smith (2004-05)
Debbie Lytle (1981-82)
Anjale Barrett (2011-12)
Deanna Tate (1987-88)
Dara Taylor (2009-10)
Kristi Toliver (2008-09)
Kristi Toliver (2006-07)
Carla Holmes (1988-89)
Debbie Lytle (1979-80)
Debbie Lytle (1982-83)
Shay Doron (2005-06)
Lisa Brown (1987-88)
Karon Ferguson (1993-94)
Kristi Toliver (2005-06)
Subrena Rivers (1989-90)
Rk.FG%
1. .707
2. .670
3. .647
4. .633
5. .623
6. .603
.603
8. .602
9. .598
10. .596
11. .592
12. .591
13. .588
14. .587
15. .578
16. .577
17. .576
Player (Year)
Crystal Langhorne (2006-07)
Crystal Langhorne (2005-06)
Crystal Langhorne (2007-08)
Jessie Hicks (1992-93)
TIANNA HAWKINS (2011-12)
Laura Harper (2007-08)
Kalisa Davis (1997-98(
Vicky Bullett (1987-88)
Jessie Hicks (1990-91)
Branka Bogunovic (1998-99)
Crystal Langhorne (2004-05)
Jessie Hicks (1991-92)
Christy Winters (1987-88)
Kalisa Davis (1996-97)
Dafne Lee (1990-91)
Lea Hakala (1982-83)
Chequita Wood (1983-84)
Rk.FGM
1. 289
2. 268
3. 248
4. 246
5. 243
6. 233
7. 232
226
9. 224
10. 220
11. 218
12. 216
13. 215
215
215
16. 211
17. 207
18. 206
Player (Year)
Vicky Bullett (1988-89)
Deanna Tate (1988-89)
Crystal Langhorne (2005-06)
Kris Kirchner (1979-80)
Vicky Bullett (1987-88)
ALYSSA THOMAS (2011-12)
Marissa Coleman (2008-09)
Jasmina Perazic (1982-83)
Marcia Richardson (1983-84)
Kristi Toliver (2008-09)
Lisa Brown (1987-88)
Christy Winters (1989-90)
Crystal Langhorne (2006-07)
Crystal Langhorne (2004-05)
Chequita Wood (1983-84)
Crystal Langhorne (2007-08)
Bonnie Rimkus (1993-94)
Kristi Toliver (2007-08)
3-Point Field Goal Percentage
min. 50 attempts
Rk.FG%
1. .500
2. .481
3. .470
4. .447
5. .424
6. .416
7. .416
8. .409
9. .407
10. .405
11. .404
.404
13. .400
14. .396
15. .392
16. .384
17. .382
18. .378
19. .375
20. .371
21. .367
Player (Year)
Alli Spence (2003-04)
Terri Daniels (2000-01)
Marissa Coleman (2005-06)
Kristi Toliver (2006-07)
Carla Holmes (1988-89)
Kristi Toliver (2008-09)
Limor Mizrachi (1991-92)
Lori Bjork (2009-10)
Marah Strickland (2007-08)
BRENE MOSELEY (2011-12)
Kristi Toliver (2005-06)
Marche Strickland (1999-00)
LAURIN MINCY (2011-12)
Terri Bradley (1989-90)
KATIE RUTAN (2012-13)
Shay Doron (2005-06)
Chrissy Fisher (2002-03)
Marissa Coleman (2008-09)
Marah Strickland (2008-09)
Kristi Toliver (2007-08)
Carla Holmes (1987-88)
3-Point Field Goals Made
Rk.FGM
1.
91
2.
85
3.
78
4.
72
5.
69
6.
59
59
8.
57
9.
56
10. 54
54
54
13. 52
14. 48
15. 47
47
17. 46
46
19. 42
Player (Year)
Kristi Toliver (2008-09)
Lori Bjork (2009-10)
Kristi Toliver (2007-08)
Kristi Toliver (2006-07)
Tiffany Brown (1999-00)
Kristi Toliver (2005-06)
Marche Strickland (1999-00)
Marah Strickland (2007-08)
Shay Doron (2005-06)
LAURIN MINCY (2011-12)
Marah Strickland (2008-09)
Marissa Coleman (2005-06)
Marche Strickland (2001-02)
Tiffany Brown (1996-97)
Ashleigh Newman (2005-06)
Marche Strickland (2000-01)
KIM RODGERS (2009-10)
Marissa Coleman (2007-08)
Terri Daniels (2002-03)
MARYLAND TERRAPINS: 2006 NCAA Champions • 2009 & 2012 ACC Champions
42 Chrissy Fisher (2002-03)
Free Throw Percentage
min. 50 attempts
Rk.FT%
1. .891
2. .882
3. .877
4. .865
5. .860
.860
7. .857
.857
9. .839
10. .833
11. .828
12. .826
13. .824
14. .817
15 .816
16. .814
17. .810
18. .809
19. .802
20. .800
.800
Player (Year)
Kristi Toliver (2005-06)
TIANNA HAWKINS (2012-13)
Kristi Toliver (2006-07)
Lori Bjork (2009-10)
Kristi Toliver (2007-08)
Jasmina Perazic (1981-82)
Kristi Toliver (2008-09)
Marche Strickland (2000-01)
Marche Strickland (1998-99)
Marissa Coleman (2005-06)
Shay Doron (2005-06)
Shay Doron (2006-07)
Limor Mizrachi (1991-92)
Jade Perry (2006-07)
Marcia Richardson (1981-82)
ALYSSA THOMAS (2012-13)
Marissa Coleman (2007-08)
LAURIN MINCY (2011-12)
Marissa Coleman (2006-07)
ALYSSA THOMAS (2011-12)
Jane Zivalich (1977-78)
Free Throws Made
Rk.FTM
1. 166
2. 158
3. 157
4. 152
5. 145
6. 141
7. 136
8. 135
135
10. 128
11. 125
12. 119
119
14. 115
15. 114
114
17. 108
108
19. 107
20. 106
Player (Year)
Marissa Coleman (2007-08)
Crystal Langhorne (2005-06)
Laura Harper (2007-08)
Marissa Coleman (2008-09)
Shay Doron (2004-05)
Kristi Toliver (2007-08)
Shay Doron (2003-04)
Shay Doron (2005-06)
Kris Kirchner (1979-80)
ALYSSA THOMAS (2011-12)
Laura Harper (2005-06)
Crystal Langhorne (2004-05)
Jessie Hicks (1992-93)
Deedee Warley (1999-00)
Lynetta Kizer (2010-11)
Crystal Langhorne (2007-08)
ALYSSA THOMAS (2010-11)
Vicky Bullett (1988-89)
Deedee Warley (2000-01)
LAURIN MINCY (2011-12)
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2012-13 Maryland Women’s Basketball
2012-13 SeasonRESULTS
RECORD:
ALL GAMES
ACC GAMES
NON-CONFERENCE
OVERALL
10-2
1-0
9-2
HOME
6-0
1-0
5-0
AWAY
4-2
NEUTRAL
4-2
DATE
11/09/12
TIME
7:00 p.m.
MD
RANK
[5/5]
OPPONENT
MOUNT ST. MARY’S
OPP
RANK
--
RESULT
W, 88-47
11/11/12
11/17/12
11/21/12
7:00 p.m.
2:00 p.m.
4:00 p.m.
[5/5]
[5/5]
[10/10]
at Loyola
at Saint Joseph’s
AMERICAN
----
W, 88-45
L, 49-50
W, 94-54
11/28/12
12/03/12
12/06/12
8:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
[11/10]
[9/10]
[9/9]
at Nebraska
at Connecticut
VIRGINIA*
[21/19]
[2/2]
--
12/08/12
12/11/12
12/20/12
6:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
[9/9]
[10/9]
[9/8]
GEORGE MASON
at Towson
at Delaware
12/28/12
12/29/12
12:00 p.m.
4:30 p.m.
[9/9]
[9/9]
BROWN
HARTFORD
ATTEND
3,694
HIGH POINTS
Hawkins (18)
HIGH REBS
DeVaughn (11)
783
1,851
3,518
Hawkins (33)
Thomas (16)
Hawkins (25)
W, 90-71
L, 48-63
W, 79-55
6,238
11,645
3,898
--[RV/--]
W, 90-40
W, 88-43
W, 69-53
5,507
1,481
5,089
Thomas (25)
Hawkins (14)
Hawkins (20)
Thomas (20)
Hawkins (27)
Thomas (23)
Hawkins (16)
Hawkins (13)
Thomas (15)
Hawkins (9)
DeVaughn (9)
Hawkins (12)
Hawkins (10)
Hawkins (12)
---
W, 76-36
W, 72-40
3,850
3,846
Hawkins (20)
Thomas (22)
Thomas (12)
Thomas (13)
Hawkins (16)
Thomas (8)
DeVaughn (13)
HIGH ASTS
Mincy (5)
Thomas (5)
Thomas (6)
Rutan (4)
Pavlech (8)
Thomas (8)
Thomas (4)
Pavlech (6)
Thomas (11)
Pfirman (8)
Pavlech (5)
Thomas (5)
Thomas (6)
Pavlech (6)
All Times Eastern
Rankings listed as AP/Coaches
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32
Sequoia Austin
G • 5-5 • Jr.-2V
Greenbelt, Md.
Holton Arms School
Alicia DeVaughn
A
C • 6-4 • Jr.-2V
West
W Palm Beach, Fla.
Blanche Ely HS
Caitlin Adams
F • 6-3 • Sr.
Leawood, Kan.
Notre Dame de Sion
David Adkins
Assistant Coach
20th Season Overall
4th Season at Maryland
Radford ‘89
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1
15
40
Laurin Mincy
G • 6-0 • Jr.-2V
Newark, N.J.
University HS
Chloe Pavlech
G • 5-9 • Fr.-HS
Cincinnati, Ohio
Sycamore HS
Katie Rutan
G • 5-8 • R-Jr..-TR
Ambler, Pa.
S
Springside HS/Xavier
Chris Campbell
Director of Operations
3rd Year at Maryland
Duke ‘96
3
21
Brene Moseley
G • 5-7 • So.-1V
Burtonsville, Md.
Paint Branch HS
Tianna Hawkins
F • 6-3 • Sr.-3V
Clinton, Md.
R
Riverdale
Baptist School
Brenda Frese
Head Coach
21st Season Overall/14th as a HC
11th Season at Maryland
Arizona ‘93
Zach Kancher
Dir. of Scouting & Player Development
2nd Year at Maryland
George Washington ‘03
4
Malina Howard
C • 6-3 • Fr.-HS
Twinsburg, Ohio
Twinsburg HS
22
Tierney Pfirman
Ti
F • 6-2 • Fr.-HS
Williamsport, Pa.
S. Williamsport
W
J/S HS
Tina Langley
Ti
L
l
Associate Head Coach
15th Season Overall
5th Season at Maryland
West Alabama ‘96
Libby Ellis
Coordinator of Recruiting Ops.
1st Year at Maryland
Maryland ‘12
5
EEssence Townsend
25
C • 6-7 • Sr.-3V
Paterson, N.J.
Paterson Catholic HS
Alyssa Thomas
A
F • 6-2 • Jr.-2V
Harrisburg, Pa.
Central Dauphin HS
Marlin Chinn
Assistant Coach
15th Season Overall
4th Season at Maryland
Hampton ‘92
Katie Fowler
Strength & Conditioning Coach
1st Year at Maryland
Truman State ‘08
2012-13 Maryland Women’s Basketball Notes
Mik
V
2nd Yea
2012-13 Maryland Women’s Basketball
 1: MOUNT ST. MARY’S
 2: at Loyola
Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics
Mount St. Mary's vs Maryland
11/09/12 7:00 pm at College Park, Md. (Comcast Center)
Mount St. Mary's 47 • 0-1
##
Player
10
MANN, Selina
HENDERSON, Sydney
KAUFMAN, Jessie
CARNEY, Jenn
MATHEWS, Rachel
MOCNIAK, Melanie
GROSSETT, Kayla
CHICKEY, Jody
BREWER, Jacqueline
LONERGAN, Tara
Team
Totals
22
32
42
45
03
20
21
24
33
FG % 1st Half: 10-33 30.3%
3FG % 1st Half: 1-12
8.3%
FT % 1st Half: 2-2
100.0
Player
01
Laurin Mincy
Alicia DeVaughn
Tianna Hawkins
Alyssa Thomas
Katie Rutan
Sequoia Austin
Malina Howard
Chloe Pavlech
Tierney Pfirman
Team
Totals
13
21
25
40
00
04
15
22
FG % 1st Half: 20-36 55.6%
3FG % 1st Half: 2-4
50.0%
FT % 1st Half: 6-7
85.7%
2-6
2-13
3-11
1-2
0-0
0-2
7-14
1-1
2-15
1-2
19-66
2nd half:
2nd half:
2nd half:
0-3
1-6
2-8
0-0
0-0
0-1
1-4
0-0
1-6
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
2-2
0-0
0-0
2-2
0-0
0-0
0-0
5-28
4-4
9-33
4-16
2-2
27.3%
25.0%
100.0
3 1 4 2
0 4 4 1
1 1 2 1
1 0 1 2
0 1 1 3
0 0 0 0
2 3 5 5
0 1 1 0
4 1 5 1
0 0 0 0
1 1 2
12 13 25 15
TP
A TO Blk Stl
4
5
8
4
0
0
17
2
5
2
3
1
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
47
2
3
2
1
1
0
3
1
0
0
1
7 14
Min
##
Player
35
31
36
5
16
5
30
7
19
16
21
Tianna Hawkins
Alyssa Thomas
Alicia DeVaughn
Laurin Mincy
Katie Rutan
Sequoia Austin
Chloe Pavlech
Tierney Pfirman
Malina Howard
Team
Totals
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
4
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
1
6 200
Game: 19-66 28.8%
Game: 5-28 17.9%
Game: 4-4
100.0
Deadball
Rebounds
0
Total
3-Ptr
Rebounds
FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF
*
*
*
*
*
2-4
6-9
8-11
7-12
3-6
3-4
4-8
0-0
4-11
0-1
0-0
0-0
0-0
2-4
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-2
37-65
2-7
1 3 4 2
2 9 11 1
8 2 10 0
1 6 7 1
0 4 4 1
1 0 1 2
1 6 7 1
1 1 2 2
3 3 6 1
1 1 2
12-17 19 35 54 11
2nd half: 17-29 58.6%
2nd half: 0-3
0.0%
2nd half: 6-10 60.0%
2-2
3-6
2-2
0-0
0-0
0-0
4-5
0-0
1-2
Game: 37-65 56.9%
Game: 2-7
28.6%
Game: 12-17 70.6%
TP
A TO Blk Stl
Maryland 49 • 2-1
6
15
18
14
8
6
12
0
9
5
2
2
5
4
0
1
3
3
4
2
1
1
2
0
2
1
3
0
1
0
0
0
0
2
0
1
1
0
0
1
0
1
2
0
1
1st
2nd
Total
23
48
24
40
47
88
25
13
1
40
0
15
22
4
4
30-58
FG % 1st Half: 15-35 42.9%
3FG % 1st Half: 1-9
11.1%
FT % 1st Half: 10-12 83.3%
Player
30
24
29
21
26
22
9
25
25
19
31
Sutherland, Alyssa
Offodile, Nneka
Marshall, Kara
Sheahin, Katie
Krusen, Nicole
Robinson, Bryanna
Padgett, Tiffany
Logan, Diana
Butler, Brittany
Walker, Candice
Smith, Julie
Smith, Steph
Brown, Nai
Perry, Jeneh
Team
Totals
Deadball
Rebounds
1
3-14
03
21
33
01
13
20
22
23
32
35
42
FG % 1st Half: 7-22
3FG % 1st Half: 4-9
FT % 1st Half: 7-7
7 6 13 1
2 4 6 1
3 4 7 2
1 5 6 2
1 5 6 4
1 0 1 2
0 4 4 2
0 2 2 2
1 3 4 1
3 3 6
25-32 19 36 55 17
2nd half: 15-23 65.2%
2nd half: 2-5
40.0%
2nd half: 15-20 75.0%
TP
A TO Blk Stl
33
5
16
3
6
0
6
13
6
2
6
1
3
0
0
3
3
2
Min
##
Player
30
29
26
22
18
7
20
24
24
21
Tianna Hawkins
Alyssa Thomas
Alicia DeVaughn
MINCY, Laurin
Katie Rutan
HOWARD, Malina
Chloe Pavlech
Tierney Pfirman
Team
Totals
2
3
2
0
1
0
4
3
1
1
1
1
2
1
0
0
0
2
1
1
1
0
1
0
1
0
0
88 20 16
8
5 200
Game: 30-58 51.7%
Game: 3-14 21.4%
Game: 25-32 78.1%
Deadball
Rebounds
4
31.8%
44.4%
100.0
f
f
g
g
g
1-5
1-4
2-11
5-15
1-5
0-2
0-0
1-2
0-2
2-3
0-0
1-2
0-0
0-3
14-54
2nd half:
2nd half:
2nd half:
1-3
1-1
1-3
1-4
1-5
0-1
0-0
0-1
0-0
1-1
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
8-8
0-0
1-2
2-2
0-2
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
6-19
11-14
7-32
2-10
4-7
21.9%
20.0%
57.1%
1 3 4 5
0 0 0 4
1 1 2 4
1 0 1 2
0 0 0 1
0 0 0 0
1 3 4 2
1 0 1 0
0 0 0 0
0 2 2 0
0 0 0 0
0 1 1 5
0 0 0 0
0 0 0 1
1 2 3
6 12 18 24
TP
A TO Blk Stl
3
3
5
19
3
1
2
2
0
5
0
2
0
0
3
0
2
2
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
45
1
0
4
2
0
0
0
2
0
2
0
2
1
0
1
9 15
1st
2nd
Total
41
25
47
20
88
45
Last FG - MD 2nd-00:37, LOY1213 2nd-01:13.
Largest lead - MD by 43 2nd-02:17, LOY1213 by 2 1st-19:33.
13
01
40
04
15
22
FG % 1st Half: 13-27 48.1%
3FG % 1st Half: 3-7
42.9%
FT % 1st Half: 6-6
100.0
##
Player
01
32
GOTFRIDA, Ilze
VAN GRINSVEN, Chatil
SHIELDS, Erin
CLOUD, Natasha
PRIM, Ashley
PARKER, Kasie
SMITH, Shelby
FAIRBANKS, Sarah
BERGER, Kelsey
Team
Totals
3
7 200
Deadball
Rebounds
1
Total
3-Ptr
Rebounds
FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF
f
f
c
g
g
1-5
6-25
1-3
6-12
2-5
1-1
1-1
1-4
19-56
2nd half:
2nd half:
2nd half:
In
Paint
46
8
Off
T/O
19
10
2nd
Fast
Chance Break
23
18
2
0
0-2
4-4
3-4
1-1
0-0
0-1
0-0
0-0
3-9
8-12
6-29
0-2
2-6
20.7%
0.0%
33.3%
0 6 6 2
9 6 15 2
3 3 6 4
3 4 7 1
1 1 2 3
0 4 4 3
0 1 1 1
1 2 3 1
2 1 3
19 28 47 17
TP
A TO Blk Stl
2
16
5
14
6
2
2
2
0
3
0
2
4
1
0
1
Min
1
7
3
6
1
1
0
0
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
49 11 19
6
2 200
Game: 19-56 33.9%
Game: 3-9
33.3%
Game: 8-12 66.7%
24
37
24
36
36
24
5
14
Deadball
Rebounds
3,1
03
04
25
11
20
33
34
FG % 1st Half: 12-31 38.7%
3FG % 1st Half: 4-9
44.4%
FT % 1st Half: 2-4
50.0%
Total
3-Ptr
Rebounds
FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF
f
f
g
g
g
4-6
8-20
4-11
2-11
2-6
0-1
0-1
0-0
0-0
20-56
2nd half:
2nd half:
2nd half:
0-1
0-0
2-7
1-4
1-1
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-2
2-3
0-0
3-3
1-3
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
4-13
6-11
8-25
0-4
4-7
32.0%
0.0%
57.1%
1 2 3 2
4 4 8 4
0 2 2 2
0 3 3 1
0 2 2 1
0 0 0 1
0 0 0 1
1 0 1 0
0 0 0 0
2 6 8
8 19 27 12
TP
A TO Blk Stl
8
18
10
8
6
0
0
0
0
1
3
1
7
3
0
2
0
0
2
1
0
1
1
1
0
1
0
5
50 17 12
Min
0
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
3
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
3
7 200
Game: 20-56 35.7%
Game: 4-13 30.8%
Game: 6-11 54.5%
39
38
38
38
33
2
8
3
1
Deadball
Rebounds
4
Officials: Denise Kantner, Dennis DeMayo, Carla Fountain
Technical fouls: Maryland-None. Saint Joseph's-None.
Attendance: 1851
Score by periods
Maryland
Saint Joseph's
1st
2nd
Total
35
30
14
20
49
50
Last FG - MD 2nd-07:03, SJU 2nd-04:21.
Largest lead - MD by 9 2nd-09:10, SJU by 6 1st-15:37.
Points
MD
LOY1213
0-0
0-0
0-0
1-4
2-3
0-0
0-0
0-2
Saint Joseph's 50 • 2-1
25
18
31
33
24
7
18
10
4
8
1
12
2
7
0
0
3
2
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
Game: 14-54 25.9%
Game: 6-19 31.6%
Game: 11-14 78.6%
25
Min
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
Officials: Warren Harding, Janice Alberti, Theresa Funk
Technical fouls: Maryland-None. Loyola-None.
Attendance: 783
Score by periods
Maryland
Loyola
Tianna Hawkins had 18 points and 10 rebounds, Alicia DeVaughn contributed 15 points and 11
boards, and No. 5 Maryland rolled to a season-opening
88-47 victory over Mount St. Mary’s on Friday night.
Alyssa Thomas scored 14 for the Terrapins,
who led by 25 at halftime and coasted to the finish. Freshman Malina Howard added 12 points and seven boards.
The Terps were second in the country in rebounding margin last year (+12.9) and continued that
dominance Friday. They outrebounded the Mountaineers, 54-25, and outscored them in the paint, 64-20.
“I really liked how we came out to play. Our
energy was fantastic and I thought we did a terrific job of
sharing the basketball tonight,” head coach Brenda Frese
said. “I thought we were really unselfish with our play and
I am really excited about the dominance of our post play.
All three of them were very good and very active on the
glass. They gave us a great post presence inside and
some really positive things to build on for our first game.”
Hawkins, a 6-foot-3 senior, shot 8 for 11 from
the floor and finished with her 25th career double-double.
Kayla Grossett scored 17 for the
Mountaineers (0-1), who shot 29 percent from the field
and were outrebounded 54-25. The Mount fell to 0-17
against ACC schools, including 0-5 versus Maryland.
Hawkins scored 14 in the first half, and
the Terrapins limited the Mountaineers to 1-for-12
shooting from 3-point range in taking a 48-23 lead.
Maryland closed the first stanza on an 18-5 run.
Thomas
and
Laurin
Mincy
were named to the Wooden Award Women’s Preseason Top 30 list, released Friday.
6-7
3-5
6-6
3-4
0-0
0-0
2-3
3-4
2-3
Total
3-Ptr
Rebounds
FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF
##
6 200
1-3
0-2
0-1
0-2
2-3
0-0
0-2
0-0
0-1
Loyola 45 • 0-2
25
88 25 16
Total
3-Ptr
Rebounds
FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF
f 13-16
f
1-9
c 5-7
g 0-5
g 2-4
0-2
2-4
5-6
2-5
Min
Officials:
Technical fouls: Mount St. Mary's-TEAM. Maryland-None.
Attendance: 3694
Score by periods
Mount St. Mary's
Maryland
Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics
Maryland vs Saint Joseph's
11/17/12 2:00 at Philadelphia, Pa. (Hagan Arena)
Maryland 88 • 2-0
Total
3-Ptr
Rebounds
FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF
*
*
*
*
*
Maryland 88 • 1-0
##
 3: at Saint Joseph’s
Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics
Maryland vs Loyola
11/11/12 7:00 p.m. at Baltimore, Md. (Reitz Arena)
Points
MD
SJU
In
Paint
26
20
Off
T/O
8
15
2nd
Fast
Chance Break
15
12
2
0
Bench
6
0
Score tied - 7 times.
Lead changed - 9 times.
Bench
25
12
Score tied - 4 times.
Lead changed - 7 times.
Tianna Hawkins scored 26 of her career-high
33 points in the first half and No. 5 Maryland cruised to an
88-45 victory at crosstown rival Loyola on Sunday night.
Hawkins also had 13 rebounds and finished
with a double-double for the second consecutive game. Alicia DeVaughn scored 16 points and Tierney Pfirman added
13 for the Terrapins (2-0), who have four starters back from
last year’s team that won the ACC title and advanced to the
Elite Eight for the fourth time under coach Brenda Frese.
“I thought our energy was really good
and Loyola was really scrappy,” Frese said. “They
made us work. They’re going to go far with that kind
of energy. I thought our size gave them problems.”
Katie Sheahin, last season’s Player of the Year
in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference, led Loyola (0-1)
with 19 points and made all eight of her free throws attempts.
The Terrapins dominated the paint and
outrebounded the Greyhounds, 55-18. Maryland
also made nearly 52 percent (30-for-58) of its shots.
After a layup by Diana Logan cut Maryland’s
lead to 21-18 with seven minutes remaining in the first
half, Hawkins scored eight points in a decisive 14-0 run
over the next four minutes. A pair of free throws by Pfirman later increased Maryland’s lead to 41-25 at the break.
“I was just getting out in transition and
my teammates were finding me for the easy basket,”
Hawkins said. “That was pretty much what happened.”
The Terrapins continued to pull away in the
second half and consecutive three-pointers by Katie Rutan, an Xavier transfer who sat out last season, provided
a 57-33 lead with 14:16 left in the game. Loyola could
not get any closer than 20 points the rest of the way.
Maryland now leads the series 19-3
and have not lost to the Greyhounds since 1998.
It was the first Loyola has lost by 30 points since
an 84-46 setback to the Terrapins last season.
No. 5 Maryland found itself in a tough
battle at Saint Joseph’s Saturday and a few late game
misses helped the Hawks edge the Terps, 50-49.
Alyssa Thomas had 16 points and 15 rebounds while Laurin Mincy added 14 points for the Terrapins (2-1), who opened the season with a 39-point victory over Mount St. Mary’s and a 43-point win over Loyola.
Chatilla van Grinsven scored 18 points and
Saint Joseph’s stunned No. 5 Maryland 50-49 on Saturday.
Maryland, a regional finalist in last season’s NCAA tournament, couldn’t shake the Hawks,
even after building a 47-38 lead with 9:10 remaining.
Saint Joseph’s responded with a 12-2
run to take a 50-49 lead with 4:21 left. The Terrapins
committed five of their 19 turnovers during the spurt.
Thomas hit a jumper for a 49-44 lead
with seven minutes remaining, but that was all the offense the Terrapins would muster the rest of the game.
Still,
Maryland
had
three
chances to win in the final 19 seconds.
Katie Rutan missed a jumper and Thomas
had her follow shot blocked by van Grinsven. The Terrapins had one last chance with less than a second
left, but Tianna Hawkins missed from the baseline.
Erin Shields added 10 points for
the Hawks, who won despite being outrebounded 47-27. Thomas had nine offensive rebounds.
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2012-13 Maryland Women’s Basketball
 4: AMERICAN
 5: at #19 Nebraska
Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics
American vs Maryland
11/21/12 4:00 pm at College Park, Md. (Comcast Center)
American 54 • 0-3
Player
23
Kiely, Sarah
Anya, Stephanie
Dumiak, Jen
George, Geleisa
Dobbs, Alexis
Curtis, Shaquilla
McGeorge, Ti'Asia
Holmes, Michelle
Zimmerman, Arron
Sancisi, Micaela
Fogg, Abigail
Booth, Ari
Team
Totals
03
04
21
02
11
12
13
20
22
32
FG % 1st Half: 9-19
3FG % 1st Half: 0-1
FT % 1st Half: 3-4
47.4%
0.0%
75.0%
f
c
g
g
g
0-1
2-4
4-7
6-9
1-8
2-4
2-4
1-1
1-4
0-0
0-2
3-6
0-0
0-0
1-1
0-0
1-5
0-0
2-4
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
1-2
22-50
0-0
0-0
0-0
1-2
2-2
1-2
0-0
0-1
1-2
0-0
0-0
0-0
5-12
5-9
2nd half: 13-31 41.9%
2nd half: 5-11 45.5%
2nd half: 2-5
40.0%
0 1 1 2
0 4 4 4
0 0 0 2
0 1 1 0
0 0 0 0
2 0 2 2
2 0 2 2
0 0 0 1
1 1 2 0
0 1 1 1
0 1 1 0
0 1 1 0
1 3 4
6 13 19 14
TP
A TO Blk Stl
0
4
9
13
5
5
6
2
3
0
0
7
1
0
1
2
5
1
1
0
1
2
0
0
1
0
2
2
1
4
1
2
2
2
2
2
54 14 21
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
3
0
0
0
3
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
Min
##
Player
18
23
23
23
27
18
8
12
12
8
19
9
21
Tianna Hawkins
Alyssa Thomas
Alicia DeVaughn
Laurin Mincy
Chloe Pavlech
Sequoia Austin
Malina Howard
Tierney Pfirman
Katie Rutan
Team
Totals
5 200
Game: 22-50 44.0%
Game: 5-12 41.7%
Game: 5-9
55.6%
Deadball
Rebounds
1
Maryland 94 • 3-1
##
Player
21
Tianna Hawkins
Alyssa Thomas
Alicia DeVaughn
Laurin Mincy
Chloe Pavlech
Sequoia Austin
Malina Howard
Tierney Pfirman
Katie Rutan
Team
Totals
25
13
01
15
00
04
22
40
FG % 1st Half: 21-38 55.3%
3FG % 1st Half: 3-7
42.9%
FT % 1st Half: 2-5
40.0%
Total
3-Ptr
Rebounds
FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF
f 10-13
f
3-6
c 8-10
g 2-5
g 1-2
1-2
7-12
4-10
4-9
40-69
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-2
1-1
1-1
1-1
1-4
2-5
5-6
1-2
0-1
0-0
0-0
0-1
2-2
0-1
0-0
6-14
8-13
2nd half: 19-31 61.3%
2nd half: 3-7
42.9%
2nd half: 6-8
75.0%
1st
2nd
Total
21
47
33
47
54
94
Last FG - AMERICAN 2nd-01:31, MD 2nd-00:40.
Largest lead - AMERICAN by 2 1st-19:54, MD by 43 2nd-03:26.
3 6 9 2
2 2 4 1
3 6 9 1
2 2 4 0
0 1 1 3
1 0 1 2
4 3 7 1
1 2 3 0
3 2 5 0
1 1 2
20 25 45 10
TP
A TO Blk Stl
25
7
16
4
3
3
17
9
10
1
5
2
7
8
0
2
0
4
01
15
00
04
22
40
FG % 1st Half: 19-38 50.0%
3FG % 1st Half: 5-9
55.6%
FT % 1st Half: 3-4
75.0%
Maryland 48 • 4-2
##
Player
03
Sample, Hailie
Cady, Emily
Hooper, Jordan
Moore, Lindsey
Theriot, Rachel
Laudermill, Tear'a
Williams, Meghin
Jeffery, Brandi
Simon, Katie
Murren, Sadie
Maurer, Adrianna
Team
Totals
35
00
2
2
2
0
1
0
2
0
0
94 29 14
6
9 200
Deadball
Rebounds
1
In
Paint
24
65
Off
T/O
10
27
2nd
Fast
Chance Break
5
4
22
13
Bench
23
39
Score tied - 1 time.
Lead changed - 1 time.
Total
3-Ptr
Rebounds
FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF
f
f
c
g
g
9-14
9-19
3-5
6-10
3-7
0-0
1-2
2-5
2-7
0-0
0-0
0-0
4-4
2-5
0-0
0-0
0-2
1-4
35-69
7-15
3-4
7-9
2-2
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-2
0-0
1-1
7 5 12 1
1 4 5 2
4 4 8 3
0 1 1 1
1 2 3 2
0 0 0 0
1 4 5 1
1 0 1 2
1 1 2 2
0 4 4
13-18 16 25 41 14
2nd half: 16-31 51.6%
2nd half: 2-6
33.3%
2nd half: 10-14 71.4%
TP
A TO Blk Stl
Min
##
Player
21
25
8
16
8
0
2
4
6
1
8
0
2
3
0
3
1
0
31
36
29
23
30
0+
20
14
17
21
Tianna Hawkins
Tierney Pfirman
Alyssa Thomas
Alicia DeVaughn
Chloe Pavlech
Malina Howard
Katie Rutan
Team
Totals
1
3
2
1
5
0
0
1
2
90 18 15
1
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
1
6
0
2
0
0
0
4
1
5 14 200
Game: 35-69 50.7%
Game: 7-15 46.7%
Game: 13-18 72.2%
Deadball
Rebounds
2
Nebraska 71 • 5-2
25
24
25
22
26
13
28
17
20
1
0
1
1
0
0
2
1
0
Tianna Hawkins had 25 points and
nine rebounds, Malina Howard added 17 points,
and Alicia DeVaughn had 14 to help No. 10 Maryland beat American 94-54 on Wednesday.
Maryland started freshman Chloe Pavlech at
point guard for the first time and she responded with eight assists and just two turnovers. As a team, the Terps (3-1) dished
29 assists to 14 turnovers. Laurin Mincy added seven assists.
“This was a really nice game for us to be
able to get back and do the little things that have allowed
us to be successful,” head coach Brenda Frese said. “I
definitely think we got better defensively today and, specifically, really shared the basketball. You can see our
assist to turnover ratio, I thought we were unselfish. I
thought Chloe [Pavlech] did a tremendous job being ready
to play and getting our team into an offense that dominated inside with our post play. I thought we were really
good in terms of how we played with each other today.”
Gelesia George had a career-high 13
points for American. Jen Dumiak, who averaged 20.5
points in the Eagles’ first two games, had nine. The
Eagles had 21 turnovers, eight in the first 9 minutes.
Maryland had a 10-0 run to take a 20-6 lead.
The Terrapins led 47-21 at the half, with Hawkins scoring 15
points, and had a 43-point edge at 92-49 with 3:24 to play.
As a team, the Terps shot 40-69 (.580)
from the field. One of the nation’s top rebounding teams, the Terps pulled in 45 boards to the
Eagles’ 19. They beat American inside, 65-24.
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Min
2
3
2
1
2
0
1
2
1
Game: 40-69 58.0%
Game: 6-14 42.9%
Game: 8-13 61.5%
Points
AMERIC
MD
25
23
Officials: Dennis DeMayo, Kevin Dillard, Tiara Cruse
Technical fouls: American-None. Maryland-None.
Attendance: 3518
Score by periods
American
Maryland
Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics
Maryland vs UCONN
12-03-12 7 p.m. at Hartford, Conn. (XL Center)
Maryland 90 • 4-1
Total
3-Ptr
Rebounds
FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF
##
44
 6: at #2 Connecticut
Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics
Maryland vs Nebraska
11/28/12 7:01 p.m. at Lincoln, Neb. (Bob Devany Sports Center)
24
01
10
13
14
21
55
FG % 1st Half: 16-33 48.5%
3FG % 1st Half: 4-7
57.1%
FT % 1st Half: 1-4
25.0%
Total
3-Ptr
Rebounds
FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF
f
f
f
g
g
4-12
3-8
5-15
6-11
2-8
4-9
1-3
2-2
0-0
0-0
1-1
1-2
0-0
1-4
3-3
1-2
0-2
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-1
0-0
4-5
2-2
1-2
0-0
1-2
1-2
0-0
0-0
0-0
28-69
6-13
9-14
2nd half: 12-36 33.3%
2nd half: 2-6
33.3%
2nd half: 8-10 80.0%
2 4 6 3
5 2 7 3
5 1 6 3
0 2 2 2
3 3 6 1
1 2 3 2
0 2 2 1
0 0 0 1
0 0 0 0
0 0 0 1
0 0 0 1
3 5 8
19 21 40 18
TP
A TO Blk Stl
9
6
15
17
6
8
3
5
0
0
2
3
3
1
5
4
1
1
0
0
0
0
2
3
1
5
5
1
0
1
0
0
1
1
71 18 20
1st
2nd
Total
46
37
44
34
90
71
Last FG - MD 2nd-01:10, NEB 2nd-01:27.
Largest lead - MD by 22 2nd-03:38, NEB by 4 1st-04:56.
13
15
04
40
FG % 1st Half: 7-21
3FG % 1st Half: 1-3
FT % 1st Half: 5-5
9 200
Deadball
Rebounds
2
MOSQUEDA-Lewis, K.
STEWART, Breanna
DOLSON, Stefanie
HARTLEY, Bria
FARIS, Kelly
TUCK, Morgan
JEFFERSON, Moriah
DOTY, Caroline
BANKS, Brianna
STOKES, Kiah
Team
Totals
14
34
03
04
05
13
41
FG % 1st Half: 14-33 42.4%
3FG % 1st Half: 2-8
25.0%
FT % 1st Half: 3-4
75.0%
Points
MD
NEB
Off
T/O
27
13
2nd
Fast
Chance Break
24
10
18
8
Bench
12
18
0-1
0-1
0-0
0-0
0-2
0-0
1-4
18-51
1-8
2-2
0-0
2-2
4-9
0-0
0-0
3-3
3 7 10 3
0 1 1 2
1 6 7 4
4 5 9 4
1 0 1 2
4 2 6 0
0 0 0 1
2 3 5
11-16 15 24 39 16
2nd half: 11-30 36.7%
2nd half: 0-5
0.0%
2nd half: 6-11 54.5%
TP
A TO Blk Stl
14
2
6
8
10
0
8
2
0
4
0
3
1
0
Min
2
4
8
6
4
2
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
2
2
0
1
48 10 26
1
6 200
Game: 18-51 35.3%
Game: 1-8
12.5%
Game: 11-16 68.8%
34
17
36
30
38
15
30
Deadball
Rebounds
2
f
f
c
g
g
3-7
4-12
6-13
1-7
4-6
0-3
0-0
0-2
4-7
1-3
1-3
1-3
0-1
0-2
0-1
0-0
0-0
0-1
3-4
0-0
23-60
2nd half:
2nd half:
2nd half:
5-15
9-27
3-7
9-11
0 0 0 0
5 1 6 2
3 5 8 2
0 4 4 0
3 4 7 4
1 1 2 0
0 0 0 0
1 3 4 2
0 1 1 2
1 1 2 0
0 1 1
12-15 14 21 35 12
33.3%
42.9%
81.8%
0-0
4-4
2-4
6-7
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
TP
A TO Blk Stl
7
13
14
8
8
0
0
0
11
2
0
2
1
4
7
0
0
1
1
0
1
5
4
1
0
2
0
3
1
0
63 16 17
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
2
3
8
0
0
1
0
0
Min
13
31
35
31
34
8
3
19
19
7
2 15 200
Game: 23-60 38.3%
Game: 5-15 33.3%
Game: 12-15 80.0%
Deadball
Rebounds
2
Officials: Dennis DeMayo, Bonita Spence, Sue Blauch
Technical fouls: Maryland-None. UCONN-None.
Attendance: 11645
Score by periods
Maryland
UCONN
In
Paint
42
40
6-13
1-4
2-12
2-5
5-10
0-2
2-5
Total
3-Ptr
Rebounds
FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF
Player
23
31
2
33.3%
33.3%
100.0
##
23
32
30
33
28
22
11
9
1
4
7
0
2
0
4
1
2
0
0
0
0
0
Total
3-Ptr
Rebounds
FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF
f
f
f
c
g
UCONN 63 • 7-0
30
Officials: Felicia Grinter, Sue Blauch, Bryan Enterline
Technical fouls: Maryland-None. Nebraska-None.
Attendance: 6238
Score by periods
Maryland
Nebraska
25
Min
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Game: 28-69 40.6%
Game: 6-13 46.2%
Game: 9-14 64.3%
22
1st
2nd
Total
20
33
28
30
48
63
Last FG - MD 2nd-02:48, UCONN 2nd-03:34.
Largest lead - MD None, UCONN by 19 2nd-03:34.
Points
MD
UCONN
In
Paint
16
32
Off
T/O
10
16
2nd
Fast
Chance Break
10
8
18
8
Bench
8
13
Score tied - 0 times.
Lead changed - 0 times.
Score tied - 6 times.
Lead changed - 5 times.
Alyssa Thomas scored 25 points
and Tianna Hawkins scored 21 to lead No. 10
Maryland to a 90-71 win over No. 29 Nebraska
Wednesday night in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge.
Hawkins also grabbed 12 rebounds while
Thomas had a career-high eight assists and six steals for the
Terrapins (4-1). Laurin Mincy scored 16 points for Maryland.
Lindsey Moore led the Cornhuskers (5-2) with 17
points and five steals. Jordan Hooper scored 15 for Nebraska.
The Huskers led by three with 5:41 remaining
in the first, but Mincy made a jumper from the elbow to spark
an 11-2 run. In the run, Mincy scored 10 point in just over two
minutes and freshman Chloe Pavlech added back-to-back
three pointers. The Terps took a 44-35 lead at the break.
The Terrapins kept it up in the second
half,
outscoring
the
Huskers,
44-34.
With her 12 rebounds, Tianna Hawkins
broke the 800-rebound plateau and now has 805.
She is just the seventh Terp to grab over 800 boards.
Maryland is 6-0 all-time in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge and is the only unbeaten team remaining in the Challenge.
Tianna Hawkins scored 14 points and
freshman Chloe Pavlech added a career-high 10
to lead No. 9 Maryland, as it fell at No. 2 Connecticut, 63-48, Monday in the Jimmy V Classic.
Stefanie Dolson scored 14 points and Breanna
Stewart added 13 to lead No. 2 Connecticut. The Terrapins
held the Huskies (7-0) to their lowest field goal percentage (38.8), lowest 3-point field goal percentage (33.3) and
beat them on the boards, 37-33, for the first time this year.
Hawkins
added
10
rebounds
for
her fourth double-double this season and all
10 of Pavlech’s points came in the second half.
UConn couldn’t take advantage early of the miscues. The Terps held UConn scoreless for five and a half minutes for one stretch. A three by Katie Rutan at 9:30 sparked
a 7-0 run by the Terrapins that cut it to two with a Hawkins
jumper at 6:02. Huskie freshman Breanna Stewart responded with a three of her own and a run for the Huskies for a
33-20 lead at the break. The Huskies led 33-20 at halftime.
In the second period, Maryland whittled its
deficit down to seven before UConn scored eight straight
points, including a 3-pointer by Brianna Banks and a
three-point play by Bria Hartley. Kiah Stokes capped
the run with a lay-in midway through the second half.
The teams will play again in the Jimmy V Classic next season at Maryland. This
was the first meeting between the programs.
Alyssa Thomas was voted ACC Player of
the Week the league announced Monday. This marks the
12th weekly honor for Thomas, who was named Rookie
of the Week a record seven times in 2010-2011 and
was named Player of the Week four times last season.
2012-13 Maryland Women’s Basketball Notes
2012-13 Maryland Women’s Basketball
 7: VIRGINIA
 8: GEORGE MASON
Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics
Virginia vs Maryland
12/06/12 7:00 pm at College Park, Md. (Comcast Center)
Virginia 55 • 5-3 (0-1 ACC)
Player
42
Sarah Imovbioh
Simone Egwu
China Crosby
Kelsey Wolfe
Ataira Franklin
Sarah Beth Barnette
Jaryn Garner
Faith Randolph
Jazmin Pitts
Telia McCall
Team
Totals
04
01
10
23
03
15
20
21
30
FG % 1st Half: 5-26
3FG % 1st Half: 0-3
FT % 1st Half: 9-12
19.2%
0.0%
75.0%
f
c
g
g
g
2-3
0-1
0-5
1-4
5-12
0-0
2-5
0-6
2-7
0-5
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-2
2-5
0-0
0-0
0-1
0-0
0-1
12-48
2-9
6-9
0-0
2-2
3-5
3-4
0-0
4-5
2-2
7-8
2-2
2 0 2 2
0 1 1 4
0 3 3 1
0 1 1 4
1 5 6 3
1 0 1 2
1 2 3 4
0 3 3 1
2 0 2 3
3 2 5 5
1 1 2
29-37 11 18 29 29
2nd half: 7-22 31.8%
2nd half: 2-6
33.3%
2nd half: 20-25 80.0%
TP
A TO Blk Stl
10
0
2
5
15
0
8
2
11
2
0
0
3
0
1
0
1
1
0
0
1
3
2
5
5
0
1
1
3
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
4
0
1
2
2
1
Player
21
Tianna Hawkins
Tierney Pfirman
Alicia DeVaughn
Chloe Pavlech
Alyssa Thomas
Sequoia Austin
Malina Howard
Katie Rutan
Team
Totals
##
Player
13
14
27
24
34
1
15
18
34
20
04
Easter, Amber
Watts, Talisha
Tharrington, Joyous
Duckett, Shavonne
Saunders, Rahneeka
Mohamed, Reana
Pickard, Janaa
Collier, Melissa
Jacobs, Kyana
Strickland, Cierra
Lawler, Annie
Team
Totals
22
13
15
25
00
04
40
FG % 1st Half: 11-32 34.4%
3FG % 1st Half: 1-11
9.1%
FT % 1st Half: 12-15 80.0%
6-13
7-18
2-3
0-5
5-11
0-0
1-3
3-7
24-60
0-0
1-8
0-0
0-3
0-0
0-0
0-1
2-5
55
6 22
3-17
9 3
1 2
5 5
1 1
3 8
0 2
1 2
1 2
1 3
28-35 22 28
2nd half: 13-28 46.4%
2nd half: 2-6
33.3%
2nd half: 16-20 80.0%
Deadball
Rebounds
5
1st
2nd
Total
19
35
36
44
55
79
Last FG - VA 2nd-02:55, MD 2nd-01:12.
Largest lead - VA None, MD by 28 2nd-16:48.
01
15
05
11
14
22
23
FG % 1st Half: 8-27
3FG % 1st Half: 2-8
FT % 1st Half: 2-3
29.6%
25.0%
66.7%
f
f
f
g
g
1-9
0-3
0-3
2-5
5-16
0-0
1-6
1-2
4-8
1-3
0-1
0-4
0-0
0-0
0-0
3-4
0-0
1-4
0-0
0-1
0-0
0-1
0-0
1-2
2-2
0-2
0-0
0-0
1-2
0-0
2-3
0-0
0-0
15-56
4-14
6-11
2nd half:
2nd half:
2nd half:
7-29
2-6
4-8
24.1%
33.3%
50.0%
1 1 2 0
2 1 3 0
2 0 2 2
0 3 3 0
0 2 2 3
0 2 2 0
1 0 1 5
0 1 1 1
1 2 3 0
0 1 1 2
0 0 0 1
1 3 4
8 16 24 14
TP
A TO Blk Stl
2
1
2
4
13
0
4
2
10
2
0
0
1
0
2
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
40
7
0
2
4
2
0
0
1
3
3
0
1
5 23
Min
##
Player
29
22
33
21
33
8
19
8
17
8
2
21
Tianna Hawkins
Tierney Pfirman
Alicia DeVaughn
Chloe Pavlech
Alyssa Thomas
Sequoia Austin
Malina Howard
Katie Rutan
Team
Totals
0
0
0
0
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
2
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
3
6 200
Game: 15-56 26.8%
Game: 4-14 28.6%
Game: 6-11 54.5%
Deadball
Rebounds
1
Maryland 90 • 6-2
12 5
3 4
10 5
2 2
11 5
2 0
3 2
3 0
4
50 23
TP
A TO Blk Stl
20
17
8
0
20
1
5
8
0
1
0
6
5
0
1
1
3
2
2
2
5
1
3
2
1
79 14 21
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
3
4
0
1
1
Min
26
28
20
35
30
7
27
27
##
Player
21
Tianna Hawkins
Tierney Pfirman
Alicia DeVaughn
Chloe Pavlech
Alyssa Thomas
Sequoia Austin
Malina Howard
Katie Rutan
Team
Totals
22
13
15
25
00
04
40
1 10 200
Game: 24-60 40.0%
Game: 3-17 17.6%
Game: 28-35 80.0%
Deadball
Rebounds
3
Officials: Eric Brewton, Dennis DeMayo, Bryan Brunette
Technical fouls: Virginia-None. Maryland-None.
Attendance: 3898
MD Foulouts: #13 @ 5:23, #21 @ 2:17, #25 @ 1:47
VA Foulouts: #30 @ 5:40
Score by periods
Virginia
Maryland
33
2 10 200
Game: 12-48 25.0%
Game: 2-9
22.2%
Game: 29-37 78.4%
8-8
2-4
4-5
0-0
10-11
1-2
3-5
0-0
30
24
Total
3-Ptr
Rebounds
FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF
f
f
c
g
g
Maryland 88 • 7-2
Total
3-Ptr
Rebounds
FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF
Min
Maryland 79 • 5-2 (1-0 ACC)
##
Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics
Maryland vs Towson
12/11/12 7:00 p.m. at Towson, Md. (Towson Center)
George Mason 40 • 4-4
Total
3-Ptr
Rebounds
FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF
##
 9: at Towson
Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics
George Mason vs Maryland
12/08/12 6:00 pm at College Park, Md. (Comcast Center)
FG % 1st Half: 16-35 45.7%
3FG % 1st Half: 1-7
14.3%
FT % 1st Half: 10-14 71.4%
Total
3-Ptr
Rebounds
FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF
f 10-12
f 5-10
c 4-6
g 2-3
g 5-15
3-6
4-6
2-5
35-63
0-0
1-4
0-0
1-1
0-0
2-5
0-0
1-4
5-14
TP
7-8
0-0
2-3
0-0
1-4
0-0
3-4
2-2
A TO Blk Stl
In
Paint
16
36
Off
T/O
9
19
2nd
Fast
Chance Break
10
0
20
14
Bench
23
14
Score tied - 1 time.
Lead changed - 0 times.
Tianna Hawkins had 20 points and 12 rebounds, Alyssa Thomas contributed 20 points and
11 rebounds, and No. 9 Maryland opened defense of
its Atlantic Coast Conference title with a 79-55 victory over Virginia Thursday night at Comcast Center.
Coming off a gritty loss to No. 2 Connecticut,
the Terrapins (5-2, 1-0) led by 16 at halftime and quickly expanded the margin to 25 points before coasting to the finish.
Freshman Tierney Pfirman added 17 points in her second
career start. Maryland limited the Cavaliers to 25 percent
shooting and finished with a 50-39 rebounding advantage.
“We had good defensive play tonight,”
head coach Brenda Frese said. “We are trying to
show what our identity is going to be and we are starting to consistently showing up now defensively. You
can see the effort and anticipation in our players.”
The Terrapins have won 13 of the last 16
games between the teams, including all three meetings last season. It was Maryland’s most lopsided win
in the series since a 27-point blowout in January 2007.
Ataira
Franklin
led
Virginia
(5-3,
0-1) with 15 points. The Cavaliers went 29 for
37 at the foul line but made only 12 baskets.
Thomas - the 2011-2012 ACC player of the year - went 5 for 11 from the floor,
made 10 of 11 free throws and had five assists.
With Thomas leading the way, Maryland opened
the second half with a 16-4 run to go up 51-23. Thomas fueled the surge with a three-point play, a layup and a jumper.
Virginia answered with a 16-2 burst
to close to 53-39, but the cold-shooting Cavaliers were unable to sustain the comeback bid even
though the short-handed Terrapins had three players saddled with four fouls over the final eight minutes.
The Terrapins built a 29-15 rebounding advantage and restricted the Cavaliers to
5-for-26 shooting in taking a 35-19 halftime lead.
Virginia opened the game by going 1 for 14
from the floor, its only field goal in the opening 12 minutes a baseline jumper by Franklin at the 16:13 mark.
Alicia DeVaughn added 10 boards
and eight points, while freshman guard Chloe Pavlech dished six assists to just two turnovers. .
Score by periods
George Mason
Maryland
1st
2nd
Total
20
43
20
47
40
90
27 1
11 3
10 0
5 4
11 11
8 1
11 1
7 3
3
1
3
1
5
0
2
1
90 24 16
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
2
3
0
1
4
0
0
1
Last FG - MASON 2nd-00:10, MD 2nd-00:28.
Largest lead - MASON None, MD by 54 2nd-02:18.
25
00
04
40
In
Paint
16
48
Off
T/O
13
27
2nd
Fast
Chance Break
3
4
14
20
0-0
0-3
0-0
0-1
1-2
0-1
0-0
3-7
32-61
4-14
4-4
2-2
2-3
0-0
6-6
0-0
3-5
3-4
2 5 7 5
3 2 5 1
3 3 6 1
2 1 3 3
2 11 13 2
0 2 2 0
4 4 8 0
3 0 3 1
0 0 0
20-24 19 28 47 13
2nd half: 16-30 53.3%
2nd half: 0-2
0.0%
2nd half: 13-15 86.7%
TP
A TO Blk Stl
14
6
12
6
23
2
9
16
1
8
1
2
3
0
2
3
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
0
1
1
0
0
1
0
2
0
88 20
9
5 11 200
2
0
0
2
3
2
1
1
Game: 32-61 52.5%
Game: 4-14 28.6%
Game: 20-24 83.3%
Min
18
28
27
26
23
16
31
31
Deadball
Rebounds
0
Total
3-Ptr
Rebounds
FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF
##
Player
10
Peebles, Michelle
Williams, Nyree
Webb, Ciara
Shearin, Destiny
McTiller, Tanisha
Alberson, Camille
Smith, Markell
Pearson, Krystal
Berger, Alliyah
Team
Totals
15
Bench
18
26
5-7
2-8
5-6
3-6
8-15
1-2
3-6
5-11
Towson 43 • 4-4
26
26
22
26
31
13
33
23
Deadball
Rebounds
4,1
Total
3-Ptr
Rebounds
FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF
f
f
c
g
g
FG % 1st Half: 16-31 51.6%
3FG % 1st Half: 4-12 33.3%
FT % 1st Half: 7-9
77.8%
03
2 11 200
Game: 35-63 55.6%
Game: 5-14 35.7%
Game: 15-21 71.4%
Points
MASON
MD
15
Min
Officials: Lawson Newton, Tom Danaher, Norma Jones
Technical fouls: George Mason-None. Maryland-None.
Attendance: 5507
Points
VA
MD
13
55
1 6 7 2
3 2 5 0
2 2 4 3
0 1 1 2
2 10 12 2
0 2 2 0
0 5 5 3
0 3 3 0
6 5 11
15-21 14 36 50 12
2nd half: 19-28 67.9%
2nd half: 4-7
57.1%
2nd half: 5-7
71.4%
22
22
13
20
24
34
FG % 1st Half: 7-27
3FG % 1st Half: 2-4
FT % 1st Half: 5-8
25.9%
50.0%
62.5%
f
f
g
g
g
2-8
2-4
4-9
3-11
3-12
0-0
2-5
0-1
0-5
16-55
2nd half:
2nd half:
2nd half:
0-0
0-0
4-8
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-2
2-2
1-2
0-0
2-3
2-5
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
4-10
7-12
9-28
2-6
2-4
32.1%
33.3%
50.0%
1 1 2 2
2 2 4 2
0 4 4 2
1 3 4 3
6 0 6 1
1 0 1 3
2 1 3 0
0 2 2 0
0 0 0 1
2 1 3
15 14 29 14
TP
A TO Blk Stl
6
5
12
8
8
0
4
0
0
0
0
3
1
3
0
0
1
1
43
2
3
2
2
3
0
4
1
0
2
9 19
Min
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
0
2
2
4 200
Game: 16-55 29.1%
Game: 4-10 40.0%
Game: 7-12 58.3%
33
30
28
32
35
9
13
9
11
Deadball
Rebounds
1
Officials: Wesley Dean, Carla Fountain, Jennifer Rezac
Technical fouls: Maryland-None. Towson-None.
Attendance: 1481
Score by periods
Maryland
Towson
1st
2nd
Total
43
21
45
22
88
43
Last FG - MD 2nd-01:42, TOWSON 2nd-00:36.
Largest lead - MD by 49 2nd-04:04, TOWSON by 2 1st-19:08.
Points
MD
TOWSO
In
Paint
40
10
Off
T/O
25
10
2nd
Fast
Chance Break
21
6
7
0
Bench
27
4
Score tied - 2 times.
Lead changed - 1 time.
Score tied - 0 times.
Lead changed - 0 times.
Alyssa Thomas had a triple-double with 11
points, 12 rebounds and 11 assists to lead No. 9 Maryland
to a 90-40 victory over George Mason on Saturday night.
She became the first Terrapin to
get a triple-double since Marissa Coleman in
2006, which was the first in program history.
Tianna Hawkins, the ACC’s leading
scorer, scored 16 of her 27 points in the first half.
Malina Howard and Tierney Pfirman each scored
11 points and Alicia DeVaughn had 10 for the Terrapins (6-2), who are the defending ACC champions.
Rahneeka Saunders scored 13 points
and Kyana Jacobs had 10 for George Mason (44). Maryland, which leads the nation in rebounding margin, outrebounded the Patriots, 50-24.
TheTerps shot 55.6 percent (35 of 53) from the field.
A free throw by Hawkins capped an
18-0 run by Maryland to open the game. George
Mason did not manage any points until Janaa Pickard made a 3-pointer with 12:32 left in the first half.
Maryland used its considerable height
advantage to continue to pull away. A pair of free
throws by Hawkins in the closing seconds provided a 43-20 lead at the break. The Terps scored 15
points off 16 George Mason turnovers in the first half.
The second half was not much better for the Patriots as Hawkins scored 10 more
points during a 17-3 run and Maryland increased
the lead to 62-24 with 14 minutes remaining.
The Terps improved to 6-0 all-time
against George Mason, which is located about 3035 miles from Maryland’s campus in Fairfax, Va.
MARYLAND TERRAPINS: 2006 NCAA Champions • 2009 & 2012 ACC Champions
Alyssa Thomas had 23 points and 13 rebounds,
and Katie Rutan added a season-high 16 points to lead No. 10
Maryland to an 88-43 win at Towson on Tuesday night. Tianna Hawkins added 14 points and Alicia DeVaughn 12 for the
Terrapins (7-2), who led by as many as 49 in the second half.
Maryland was ahead 43-21 at halftime and held
the Tigers (4-4) scoreless for six minutes during a 21-0 run that
gave the Terps a 68-25 lead midway through the second half.
“I like the way the team locks in and really focuses,”
Frese said. “When you challenge this team, they get better.”
Ciara Webb scored 12 points to lead
Towson, which lost its third straight. The Tigers shot
just 29.1 percent and were outrebounded 47-29.
Towson
coach
Joe
Mathews
was
very
complimentary
of
Maryland.
“I still think they’re a Final Four team,” he
said. “They have the opportunity to be very special.”
Maryland had a 9-0 run to take a 13-4 lead four
minutes into the game and extended it with an 18-2 spurt,
holding the Tigers without a field goal for eight minutes. By
then, the Terps led 33-13 with 6:52 to play in the first half.
Thomas had eight points in the run, while Rutan
had seven. Rutan had three of her team’s four 3-pointers.
Freshman Tierney Pfirman added eight assists on the night.
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 10: at Delaware
 11: BROWN
Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics
Maryland vs Delaware
12/20/12 7 p.m. at Newark, Del. (Bob Carpenter Center)
Maryland 69 • 8-2
##
Player
21
Tianna Hawkins
Tierney Pfirman
Alyssa Thomas
Alicia DeVaughn
Chloe Pavlech
Sequoia Austin
Malina Howard
Katie Rutan
Team
Totals
22
25
13
15
00
04
40
FG % 1st Half: 15-31 48.4%
3FG % 1st Half: 3-9
33.3%
FT % 1st Half: 2-2
100.0
Player
11
Delle Donne, Elena
Parker, Danielle
Miller, Kayla
Richards, Akeema
Carra, Lauren
May, Jaquetta
Buchanan, Kelsey
Lucas, Trumae
Leon, Stephanie
Team
Totals
12
10
15
22
03
13
21
33
FG % 1st Half: 12-36 33.3%
3FG % 1st Half: 0-5
0.0%
FT % 1st Half: 4-6
66.7%
7-14
3-7
4-13
2-7
2-9
0-1
3-3
5-8
0-0
1-3
1-2
0-1
2-6
0-1
0-0
3-5
26-62
7-18
2-2
0-0
4-4
4-4
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
6 10 16 3
1 0 1 1
2 11 13 2
2 4 6 3
0 0 0 2
0 0 0 1
1 1 2 1
0 3 3 1
1 2 3
10-10 13 31 44 14
2nd half: 11-31 35.5%
2nd half: 4-9
44.4%
2nd half: 8-8
100.0
TP
A TO Blk Stl
16
7
13
8
6
0
6
13
1
1
5
2
5
3
0
2
2
2
5
2
1
0
3
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
2
3
0
0
0
Min
##
Player
34
15
37
30
33
7
16
28
00
King, Caroline
Clarke, Lauren
Bikofsky, Sophie
Dixon, Sheila
Nickel, Lindsay
Juker, Jordin
Beutel, Sophie
Page, Maddy
Mahoney, Katie
Sharpe, Ellise
Weledji, Nelly
Wellington, Carly
Eason, Jessica
Ball, Natalie
Team
Totals
10
22
23
44
03
12
13
15
69 19 16
4
6 200
Game: 26-62 41.9%
Game: 7-18 38.9%
Game: 10-10 100.0
Deadball
Rebounds
0
20
24
31
42
43
Total
3-Ptr
Rebounds
FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF
f
f
g
g
g
7-23
4-9
2-3
0-6
6-13
0-0
0-4
1-3
0-0
20-61
2nd half:
2nd half:
2nd half:
2-3
0-0
0-0
0-0
2-6
0-0
0-0
0-1
0-0
3-4
2-3
1-2
0-0
2-3
0-0
1-2
0-0
0-0
4-10
9-14
8-25
4-5
5-8
32.0%
80.0%
62.5%
2 4 6 1
3 6 9 1
0 4 4 0
2 2 4 0
0 6 6 3
1 0 1 1
2 0 2 3
0 0 0 1
0 0 0 0
2 1 3
12 23 35 10
TP
A TO Blk Stl
Min
19
10
5
0
16
0
1
2
0
1
0
2
1
2
0
0
3
0
1
1
2
1
4
2
1
1
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
1
0
0
0
1
0
53
9 13
2
4 200
34
34
32
20
34
8
17
20
1
1st
2nd
Total
35
28
34
25
69
53
Last FG - MD 2nd-00:44, DELAWARE 2nd-07:00.
Largest lead - MD by 17 2nd-00:44, DELAWARE by 2 1st-12:58.
Points
MD
DELAWA
FG % 1st Half: 10-30 33.3%
3FG % 1st Half: 4-13 30.8%
FT % 1st Half: 0-0
0.0%
Deadball
Rebounds
3
##
Player
21
Tianna Hawkins
Tierney Pfirman
Alyssa Thomas
Alicia DeVaughn
Chloe Pavlech
Sequoia Austin
Malina Howard
Katie Rutan
Team
Totals
22
25
15
00
04
40
FG % 1st Half: 17-31 54.8%
3FG % 1st Half: 1-4
25.0%
FT % 1st Half: 2-2
100.0
In
Paint
28
20
Off
T/O
14
8
2nd
Fast
Chance Break
17
2
6
0
Bench
19
3
Score tied - 7 times.
Lead changed - 2 times.
Hartford 40 • 9-4
Total
3-Ptr
Rebounds
FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF
f
g
g
g
g
2-4
3-11
2-9
2-7
1-7
1-1
1-2
0-0
0-2
0-1
1-3
1-4
0-0
0-3
14-54
2nd half:
2nd half:
2nd half:
0-0
2-5
1-7
1-4
1-4
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-1
1-2
0-0
0-0
0-1
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
2-2
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
6-24
2-2
4-24
2-11
2-2
16.7%
18.2%
100.0
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4
8
5
5
3
2
4
0
0
0
3
2
0
0
36
A TO Blk Stl
0
2
2
3
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
6
5
3
2
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
2
9 20
f
f
f
c
g
9-9
4-11
7-12
3-3
2-6
1-2
2-6
5-11
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-2
0-1
0-0
1-7
2-2
1-1
2-2
1-2
0-0
1-1
2-2
0-0
33-60
1-10
9-10
2nd half: 16-29 55.2%
2nd half: 0-6
0.0%
2nd half: 7-8
87.5%
4 3 7
1 2 3
2 6 8
2 4 6
0 3 3
1 1 2
2 5 7
1 3 4
0 3 3
13 30 43
##
Player
18
38
32
17
34
9
16
2
2
7
12
5
2
6
02
Daphne Elliott
Taylor Clark
Katie Roth
Alyssa Englert
Ruthanne Doherty
Christie Michals
Alex Hall
Katelyn Skinner
Milana Gilbert
Shanise Bultron
Cherelle Moore
Nikkia Smith
Team
Totals
3
1
0
1
2
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
9 200
Deadball
Rebounds
0
TP
A TO Blk Stl
0
0
2
3
0
0
0
2
20
9
16
7
4
3
6
11
3
2
6
2
4
3
1
5
1
1
4
2
2
2
2
4
0
0
1
3
0
0
1
1
1
0
1
1
1
2
0
0
7
76 26 18
6
6 200
Game: 33-60 55.0%
Game: 1-10 10.0%
Game: 9-10 90.0%
1st
2nd
Total
24
37
12
39
36
76
Points
BRWN
MD
Off
T/O
10
17
2nd
Fast
Chance Break
2
0
12
18
22
23
24
04
10
12
15
21
31
44
FG % 1st Half: 10-31 32.3%
3FG % 1st Half: 2-11 18.2%
FT % 1st Half: 2-2
100.0
##
Player
13
Alicia DeVaughn
Chloe Pavlech
Tianna Hawkins
Tierney Pfirman
Alyssa Thomas
Sequoia Austin
Malina Howard
Katie Rutan
Team
Totals
25
23
27
24
23
21
28
29
21
Bench
11
20
Score tied - 0 times.
Lead changed - 1 time.
Tianna Hawkins had 20 points off
9-for-9 shooting from the floor, and No. 9 Maryland cruised to a 76-36 victory against the Bears in
the opening round of the Terrapin Classic on Friday.
Maryland’s Tianna Hawkins has created
matchup problems for most opponents this season, and
she wasted little time establishing her dominance against
Brown, as she scored 16 of her 20 points in the first half.
Alyssa Thomas had 16 points and Katie Rutan added 11 points for the Terrapins (9-2), who have won
five consecutive games. Maryland leads the nation with a
19.1 rebounding margin and outrebounded Brown 43-24.
“I thought it was a slow start and we had to
shake off some rust,” Maryland coach Brenda Frese said.
“The second half was really good. We consistently had energy. I liked how we were able to get a lot more aggressive defensively. Really, our transition game got going from our defense. I thought we were really unselfish with the basketball.”
Lauren Clarke had eight points for the
Bears (3-6), who have lost four of their past five games.
Maryland got off to a sluggish start and
trailed until Rutan made a 3-pointer with 13:09 left
in the first half for a 16-14 lead. Maryland took over
and a layup by Hawkins capped a 12-2 run, helping the Terps extend the margin to 37-24 at the break.
“I think going into the game I had
great focus,” said Hawkins. “I think that helps
my teammates. I just hit my open shots.”
The Terps shot 55 percent from the floor for
the game and held the Bears to just 25.9 percent shooting. The Terrapins dominated the scoring inside, 50-14.
In the second half, eight points byThomas sparked
a 19-0 run and increased the lead to 62-31 with 6:02 remaining.
*
*
*
*
*
3-8
2-6
1-8
0-3
3-10
1-3
2-5
0-0
0-0
0-3
1-3
3-10
16-59
2nd half:
2nd half:
2nd half:
3-7
0-1
0-2
0-3
0-0
0-2
1-4
0-0
0-0
0-3
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
2-4
0-0
2-3
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
4-22
4-7
6-28
2-11
2-5
21.4%
18.2%
40.0%
TP
1 3 4 2
0 3 3 3
0 1 1 0
0 1 1 2
4 2 6 3
0 1 1 0
1 1 2 1
0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0
0 5 5 1
1 0 1 3
0 2 2 4
1 1 2
8 20 28 19
9
4
4
0
8
2
5
0
0
0
2
6
A TO Blk Stl
Min
1
0
0
4
1
0
1
0
0
4
0
1
0
2
1
2
2
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
40 12
9
0
4 200
Game: 16-59 27.1%
Game: 4-22 18.2%
Game: 4-7
57.1%
22
20
20
29
24
10
18
2
2
24
12
17
Deadball
Rebounds
1
Maryland 72 • 10-2
15
Deadball
Rebounds
0,1
In
Paint
14
50
13
Min
Officials: Bryan Brunette, Jules Gallien, Geraldine Smith
Technical fouls: Brown-None. Maryland-None.
Attendance: 3850
Score by periods
Brown
Maryland
Total
3-Ptr
Rebounds
FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF
Min
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Game: 14-54 25.9%
Game: 6-24 25.0%
Game: 2-2
100.0
Total
3-Ptr
Rebounds
FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF
Last FG - BRWN 2nd-02:16, MD 2nd-00:35.
Largest lead - BRWN by 5 1st-18:50, MD by 40 2nd-00:35.
Tianna Hawkins and Alyssa Thomas
combined for 29 points and 29 rebounds and No. 8
Maryland used a 17-4 run to close the game in front
of a sellout crowd at Delaware, 69-53, Thursday.
Hawkins had 16 points and 16 rebounds, whileAllAmerican Alyssa Thomas had 13 of each. Katie Rutan scored
13 for the Terps (8-2), who won their fourth straight game.
Hawkins scored 12 straight points
to help Maryland open a 43-31 lead over Delaware (5-3) with just over two minutes gone in the
second half. With 13:17 left, the Terps led 50-37.
Delaware’s All-American Delle Donne had
eight points and Danielle Parker had four to help the
Blue Hens pull to 52-49 with just over eight minutes to
play. Coming out of the under-8 media timeout, Rutan
and freshman Chloe Pavlech hit back to back threes
to bring Maryland’s lead back to 58-51 with 6:41 to go.
Delaware’s last field goal was a
jumper by Delle Donne at 7:00. They hit two
of four free throws in the final two minutes.
Delle Donne played for just the second
time this season after missing a month with Lyme
Disease. She finished with 19 points and six rebounds but was 7 for 23 from the floor in 34 minutes.
Lauren Carra had 16 points for Delaware, which snapped a four-game winning streak.
The game was played before a sellout crowd
of 5,089, the largest crowd in Delaware women’s history.
Since its loss to No. 2 Connecticut, Maryland has
won its last three games by an average of nearly 40 points.
The Terrapins, the nation’s top rebounding team, beat the
Blue Hens on the board, 44-35. Thomas and Pavlech each
added five assists and Pavlech added three steals as well.
TP
3 0 3 3
2 1 3 0
0 2 2 1
0 0 0 2
0 1 1 2
0 1 1 0
2 2 4 1
0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0
0 0 0 1
0 1 1 1
0 2 2 2
0 0 0 0
1 1 2 0
1 4 5
9 15 24 13
Maryland 76 • 9-2
13
Game: 20-61 32.8%
Game: 4-10 40.0%
Game: 9-14 64.3%
Officials: Joe Cunningham, Bonita Spence, Rachelle Jones
Technical fouls: Maryland-None. Delaware-None.
Attendance: 5089
Delaware RV in AP Poll...Maryland #9 (AP)/#8 (USAToday)...Maryland wins 4th
straight game...UD has 4-game win streak snapped...Maryland now 11-0 all-time
vs. Delaware...BCC Record Attendance (women's game)...
Score by periods
Maryland
Delaware
Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics
Hartford vs Maryland
12/29/12 4:30 p.m. at College Park, Md. (Comcast Center)
Brown 36 • 3-6
Total
3-Ptr
Rebounds
FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF
f
f
f
c
g
Delaware 53 • 5-3
##
 12: HARTFORD
Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics
Brown vs Maryland
12/28/12 12:00 p.m. at College Park, Md. (Comcast Center)
22
25
00
04
40
Total
3-Ptr
Rebounds
FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF
*
*
*
*
*
FG % 1st Half: 16-27 59.3%
3FG % 1st Half: 2-2
100.0
FT % 1st Half: 7-10 70.0%
5-7
1-5
6-12
3-9
7-14
0-2
3-7
0-1
1-1
0-1
0-0
1-4
0-0
0-1
0-0
0-0
25-57
2-7
2-2
0-1
4-4
4-5
8-10
0-0
2-2
0-0
3 10 13 3
0 4 4 0
3 6 9 2
1 7 8 0
6 5 11 1
0 0 0 0
0 2 2 3
0 2 2 1
1 0 1
20-24 14 36 50 10
2nd half: 9-30 30.0%
2nd half: 0-5
0.0%
2nd half: 13-14 92.9%
TP
A TO Blk Stl
13
2
16
11
22
0
8
0
0
6
0
3
1
1
3
1
2
1
2
0
1
0
3
0
2
0
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
3
0
0
0
72 15
9
5
5 200
Game: 25-57 43.9%
Game: 2-7
28.6%
Game: 20-24 83.3%
Min
24
28
28
23
35
12
27
23
Deadball
Rebounds
2,1
Officials: Denise Brooks, Rachelle Jones, Jules Gallien
Technical fouls: Hartford-None. Maryland-None.
Attendance: 3846
Terrapin Classic
Score by periods
Hartford
Maryland
1st
2nd
Total
24
41
16
31
40
72
Last FG - HARTFORD 2nd-03:17, MD 2nd-00:08.
Largest lead - HARTFORD None, MD by 32 2nd-00:08.
Points
HARTFO
MD
In
Paint
20
38
Off
T/O
5
11
2nd
Fast
Chance Break
4
2
20
12
Bench
15
8
Score tied - 0 times.
Lead changed - 0 times.
Four players scored in double figures and two notched
double-doubles to help No. 9 Maryland cruise to a 72-40 victory over
Hartford on Saturday in the championship game of the Terrapin Classic.
Alyssa Thomas led with 22 points, 11 rebounds,
Tianna Hawkins scored 16 points, and Alicia DeVaughn added
13 points and 13 rebounds for Maryland (10-2), which has won
six straight games. Tierney Pfirman scored 11. The Terrapins improved to 96-5 in non-conference games at Comcast Center.
Terrapins coach Brenda Frese got an impressive effort
she hopes will be a springboard into a tough Atlantic Coast Conference schedule. Maryland played its last non-conference game before
the first of 17 straight ACC games beginning Jan. 3 at North Carolina.
“It was definitely a much more dominating performance today from start to finish,” Frese said. “I thought we
came out with great defensive intensity, which really led to
unselfish play on the offensive end -- just the way we shared
the basketball, the way we dominated the glass and were
able to mix it up defensively between our man and our zone.”
Hartford wasn’t prepared early for Maryland’s
aggressive transition game and let the Terrapins go on a
big run to open the second half. The Hawks shot 16 for 59
(27 percent) in the game, misfiring on 18 of 22 3-point tries.
“I don’t think the reality of how quickly they
get up and down the floor sets in until you’re actually out
there with them,” Hartford coach Jennifer Rizzotti said. “They
just kind of ran us out of the gym in those two spurts.”
Maryland’s early plan of clogging the middle and forcing the Hawks into low-percentage perimeter shots worked. Hartford started 7 for 20 from the field.
“You can’t let a team like that get so many opportunities,” Rizzotti said. “They’re athletic, they’re determined
to make their life easier and get easy shots. ... For us, there’s
no room for error, no margin. We can’t make any mistakes.”
Tierney
Pfirman’s
three-point
play
4:08
into the game ignited a 17-6 run that gave Maryland
a 30-13 cushion with 8:09 remaining in the first half.
Hawkins had eight points in the run, reaching 1,200 for
her career. In the middle of the run, she blocked Christie Michael’s
shot from the foul line, collected the rebound and scored on a transition layup, becoming the sixth player in Maryland history with 100 career blocks. Terrapins took control en route to a 41-24 halftime lead.
The Terrapins scored the first 10 points of the second
half to increase their lead to 51-24, with Taylor getting six points, as
Hartford missed its first seven shots to open the final 20 minutes.
Maryland, the nation’s top rebounding team, dominated the glass, 50-28, and outscored the Hawks in the paint by 18.
Freshman Chloe Pavlech finished with six assists and one turnover. As a team, the Terrapins had a
season-low nine turnovers for the second time this season.
Hawkins was named Tournament MVP. She finished
the two games with 36 points, 16 rebounds and was 15-for-21 (.714)
from the floor. Thomas, DeVaughn, Hartford’s Daphne Elliott, and
Brown’s Sheila Dixon were named to the All-Tournament Team.
2012-13 Maryland Women’s Basketball Notes
2012-13 Maryland Women’s Basketball
2012-13 Maryland Women's Basketball
Maryland Combined Team Statistics (as of Dec 29, 2012)
All games
RECORD:
ALL GAMES
CONFERENCE
NON-CONFERENCE
##
Player
gp-gs
min
21
25
13
01
22
40
04
15
00
Tianna Hawkins
Alyssa Thomas
Alicia DeVaughn
Laurin Mincy
Tierney Pfirman
Katie Rutan
Malina Howard
Chloe Pavlech
Sequoia Austin
Team
Total..........
Opponents......
12-12
12-12
12-12
5-5
12-7
12-3
12-0
12-9
10-0
322
371
310
127
248
304
298
315
105
12
12
2400
2400
TEAM STATISTICS
SCORING
Points per game
Scoring margin
FIELD GOALS-ATT
Field goal pct
3 POINT FG-ATT
3-point FG pct
3-pt FG made per game
FREE THROWS-ATT
Free throw pct
F-Throws made per game
REBOUNDS
Rebounds per game
Rebounding margin
ASSISTS
Assists per game
TURNOVERS
Turnovers per game
Turnover margin
Assist/turnover ratio
STEALS
Steals per game
BLOCKS
Blocks per game
ATTENDANCE
Home games-Avg/Game
Neutral site-Avg/Game
Score by Periods
Maryland
Opponents
1st 2nd
471 460
305 292
OVERALL
10-2
1-0
9-2
HOME
6-0
1-0
5-0
Total
3-Point
avg fg-fga
fg% 3fg-fga 3fg%
26.8
30.9
25.8
25.4
20.7
25.3
24.8
26.3
10.5
MD
931
77.6
+27.8
354-731
.484
44-147
.299
3.7
179-232
.772
14.9
565
47.1
+19.3
231
19.3
195
16.3
+0.8
1.2
91
7.6
53
4.4
24313
6-4052
-
90-139
64-163
46-71
16-36
41-103
35-79
31-61
22-58
9-21
.647 1-4
.393 2-6
.648 1-3
.444 5-13
.398 5-33
.443 20-51
.508 1-3
.379 6-24
.429 3-10
354-731 .484 44-147
219-688 .318 55-189
OPP
597
49.8
219-688
.318
55-189
.291
4.6
104-150
.693
8.7
333
27.8
131
10.9
205
17.1
0.6
86
7.2
23
1.9
27087
6-4514
0-0
.250
.333
.333
.385
.152
.392
.333
.250
.300
AWAY
4-2
0-0
4-2
F-Throw
ft-fta
ft%
Rebounds
def tot
53 65 118
33 79 112
36 59 95
7 15 22
16 25 41
11 26 37
19 41 60
6 19 25
4
7 11
18 26 44
.299 179-232 .772 203 362 565
.291 104-150 .693 128 205 333
*
45-51
48-59
33-47
6-7
13-19
9-10
21-31
2-4
2-4
off
Date
11/09/12
11/11/12
11/17/12
11/21/12
11/28/12
12/03/12
12/06/12
12/08/12
12/11/12
12/20/12
12/28/12
12/29/12
.882
.814
.702
.857
.684
.900
.677
.500
.500
NEUTRAL
0-0
0-0
0-0
avg
pf dq
9.8
9.3
7.9
4.4
3.4
3.1
5.0
2.1
1.1
26
25
33
6
14
16
16
21
7
47.1 164
27.8 194
Opponent
MOUNT ST. MARY'S
at Loyola
at Saint Joseph's
AMERICAN
at Nebraska
at UConn
VIRGINIA
GEORGE MASON
at Towson
at Delaware
BROWN
HARTFORD
2
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
a
to blk stl
14
62
10
19
26
27
18
47
8
9
7
10
6
6
2
13
0
0
22
46
29
12
20
15
21
24
5
1
4 231 195
- 131 205
W
W
L
W
W
L
W
W
W
W
W
W
pts
avg
226
178
126
43
100
99
84
52
23
18.8
14.8
10.5
8.6
8.3
8.3
7.0
4.3
2.3
53 91 931
23 86 597
77.6
49.8
11
27
9
3
10
6
6
14
5
Score
88-47
88-45
49-50
94-54
90-71
48-63
79-55
90-40
88-43
69-53
76-36
72-40
Att.
3694
783
1851
3518
6238
11645
3898
5507
1481
5089
3850
3846
* - Conference game
Totals
931
597
MARYLAND TERRAPINS: 2006 NCAA Champions • 2009 & 2012 ACC Champions
Page 35
2012-13 Maryland Women’s Basketball
2012-13 Maryland Women's Basketball
Maryland Combined Team Statistics (as of Dec 06, 2012)
Conference games
RECORD:
ALL GAMES
CONFERENCE
NON-CONFERENCE
##
Player
25
21
22
40
13
04
00
15
Alyssa Thomas
Tianna Hawkins
Tierney Pfirman
Katie Rutan
Alicia DeVaughn
Malina Howard
Sequoia Austin
Chloe Pavlech
Team
Total..........
Opponents......
gp-gs
min
1-1
1-1
1-1
1-0
1-1
1-0
1-0
1-1
30
26
28
27
20
27
7
35
1
1
200
200
OVERALL
1-0
1-0
0-0
Total
3-Point
avg fg-fga
fg% 3fg-fga 3fg%
30.0
26.0
28.0
27.0
20.0
27.0
7.0
35.0
TEAM STATISTICS
SCORING
Points per game
Scoring margin
FIELD GOALS-ATT
Field goal pct
3 POINT FG-ATT
3-point FG pct
3-pt FG made per game
FREE THROWS-ATT
Free throw pct
F-Throws made per game
REBOUNDS
Rebounds per game
Rebounding margin
ASSISTS
Assists per game
TURNOVERS
Turnovers per game
Turnover margin
Assist/turnover ratio
STEALS
Steals per game
BLOCKS
Blocks per game
ATTENDANCE
Home games-Avg/Game
Neutral site-Avg/Game
MD
79
79.0
+24.0
24-60
.400
3-17
.176
3.0
28-35
.800
28.0
50
50.0
+21.0
14
14.0
21
21.0
+1.0
0.7
10
10.0
1
1.0
3898
1-3898
-
Score by Periods
Maryland
Opponents
Totals
79
55
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1st 2nd
35 44
19 36
HOME
1-0
1-0
0-0
AWAY
0-0
0-0
0-0
F-Throw
ft-fta
ft%
5-11
6-13
7-18
3-7
2-3
1-3
0-0
0-5
.455
.462
.389
.429
.667
.333
.000
.000
0-0
0-0
1-8
2-5
0-0
0-1
0-0
0-3
.000 10-11
.000 8-8
.125 2-4
.400 0-0
.000 4-5
.000 3-5
.000 1-2
.000 0-0
.909
24-60
12-48
.400
.250
3-17
2-9
.176 28-35
.222 29-37
.800
.784
OPP
55
55.0
12-48
.250
2-9
.222
2.0
29-37
.784
29.0
29
29.0
6
6.0
22
22.0
0.3
10
10.0
2
2.0
0
0-0
0-0
*
Date
12/06/12
1.000
.500
.000
.800
.600
.500
.000
off
3
9
1
1
5
1
0
1
1
22
11
NEUTRAL
0-0
0-0
0-0
Rebounds
def tot
8
3
2
2
5
2
2
1
3
28
18
Opponent
VIRGINIA
11
12
3
3
10
3
2
2
4
50
29
pf dq
a
to blk stl
pts
avg
11.0
12.0
3.0
3.0
10.0
3.0
2.0
2.0
avg
5
5
4
0
5
2
0
2
1
1
0
0
1
0
0
0
5
0
1
1
0
1
0
6
4
1
0
1
0
1
0
3
20
20
17
8
8
5
1
0
20.0
20.0
17.0
8.0
8.0
5.0
1.0
0.0
50.0
29.0
23
29
3
-
14
6
5
3
2
2
2
3
1
2
1
21
22
1 10
2 10
79
55
79.0
55.0
W
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
Score
79-55
Att.
3898
* - Conference game
2012-13 Maryland Women’s Basketball Notes
2012-13 Maryland Women’s Basketball
2012-13 Maryland Women's Basketball
Maryland Team Game-by-Game (as of Dec 29, 2012)
All games
TEAM STATISTICS
Opponent
Date
Score
MOUNT ST. MARY'S
at Loyola
at Saint Joseph's
AMERICAN
at Nebraska
at UConn
VIRGINIA
GEORGE MASON
at Towson
at Delaware
BROWN
HARTFORD
11/09/12
11/11/12
11/17/12
11/21/12
11/28/12
12/03/12
12/06/12
12/08/12
12/11/12
12/20/12
12/28/12
12/29/12
88-47
88-45
49-50
94-54
90-71
48-63
79-55
90-40
88-43
69-53
76-36
72-40
Maryland
Opponents
Games played: 12
Points/game: 77.6
FG Pct: 48.4
3FG Pct: 29.9
FT Pct: 77.2
931
597
Total
fg-fga
W
W
L
W
W
L
W
W
W
W
W
W
pct
3-Pointers
3fg-fga
pct
37-65
30-58
19-56
40-69
35-69
18-51
24-60
35-63
32-61
26-62
33-60
25-57
.569
.517
.339
.580
.507
.353
.400
.556
.525
.419
.550
.439
2-7
3-14
3-9
6-14
7-15
1-8
3-17
5-14
4-14
7-18
1-10
2-7
354-731
219-688
.484
.318
44-147
55-189
.286
.214
.333
.429
.467
.125
.176
.357
.286
.389
.100
.286
Free throws
ft-fta
pct
off
12-17
25-32
8-12
8-13
13-18
11-16
28-35
15-21
20-24
10-10
9-10
20-24
.706
.781
.667
.615
.722
.688
.800
.714
.833
1.000
.900
.833
19
19
19
20
16
15
22
14
19
13
13
14
35
36
28
25
25
24
28
36
28
31
30
36
.772
.693
203
128
362
205
.299 179-232
.291 104-150
Rebounds
def
tot
54
55
47
45
41
39
50
50
47
44
43
50
avg
pf
54.0
54.5
52.0
50.2
48.4
46.8
47.3
47.6
47.6
47.2
46.8
47.1
11
17
17
10
14
16
23
12
13
14
7
10
a t/o blk
25
20
11
29
18
10
14
24
20
19
26
15
16
16
19
14
15
26
21
16
9
16
18
9
4
8
6
6
5
1
1
2
5
4
6
5
stl
pts
avg
6
5
2
9
14
6
10
11
11
6
6
5
88
88
49
94
90
48
79
90
88
69
76
72
88.0
88.0
75.0
79.8
81.8
76.2
76.6
78.2
79.3
78.3
78.1
77.6
565 47.1 164 231 195 53 91
333 27.8 194 131 205 23 86
931 77.6
597 49.8
Rebounds/game: 47.1
Assists/game: 19.3
Turnovers/game: 16.3
Assist/turnover ratio: 1.2
Steals/game: 7.6
Blocks/game: 4.4
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2012-13 Maryland Women's Basketball
Maryland Team Game-by-Game Comparison (as of Dec 29, 2012)
All games
Opponent
MOUNT ST. MARY'S
Loyola
Saint Joseph's
AMERICAN
Nebraska
UConn
VIRGINIA
GEORGE MASON
Towson
Delaware
BROWN
HARTFORD
1st
48/23
41/25
35/30
47/21
46/37
20/33
35/19
43/20
43/21
35/28
37/24
41/24
2nd
40/24
47/20
14/20
47/33
44/34
28/30
44/36
47/20
45/22
34/25
39/12
31/16
Score
88-47
88-45
49-50
94-54
90-71
48-63
79-55
90-40
88-43
69-53
76-36
72-40
Mar
+41
+43
(1)
+40
+19
(15)
+24
+50
+45
+16
+40
+32
Total FG
37-65/19-66
30-58/14-54
19-56/20-56
40-69/22-50
35-69/28-69
18-51/23-60
24-60/12-48
35-63/15-56
32-61/16-55
26-62/20-61
33-60/14-54
25-57/16-59
FG Pct
.569/.288
.517/.259
.339/.357
.580/.440
.507/.406
.353/.383
.400/.250
.556/.268
.525/.291
.419/.328
.550/.259
.439/.271
3-Pointers
2-7/5-28
3-14/6-19
3-9/4-13
6-14/5-12
7-15/6-13
1-8/5-15
3-17/2-9
5-14/4-14
4-14/4-10
7-18/4-10
1-10/6-24
2-7/4-22
3FG Pct
.286/.179
.214/.316
.333/.308
.429/.417
.467/.462
.125/.333
.176/.222
.357/.286
.286/.400
.389/.400
.100/.250
.286/.182
Free Throws
12-17/4-4
25-32/11-14
8-12/6-11
8-13/5-9
13-18/9-14
11-16/12-15
28-35/29-37
15-21/6-11
20-24/7-12
10-10/9-14
9-10/2-2
20-24/4-7
FT Pct
.706/1000
.781/.786
.667/.545
.615/.556
.722/.643
.688/.800
.800/.784
.714/.545
.833/.583
1000/.643
.900/1000
.833/.571
Rebounds
54/25 +29
55/18 +37
47/27 +20
45/19 +26
41/40 +1
39/35 +4
50/29 +21
50/24 +26
47/29 +18
44/35 +9
43/24 +19
50/28 +22
Assist T/Over
25/7
16/14
20/9
16/15
11/17 19/12
29/14 14/21
18/18 15/20
10/16 26/17
14/6
21/22
24/5
16/23
20/9
9/19
19/9
16/13
26/9
18/20
15/12
9/9
Block
4/1
8/3
6/3
6/3
5/2
1/2
1/2
2/3
5/2
4/2
6/0
5/0
Steal
6/6
5/7
2/7
9/5
14/9
6/15
10/10
11/6
11/4
6/4
6/9
5/4
Fouls
11/15
17/24
17/12
10/14
14/18
16/12
23/29
12/14
13/14
14/10
7/13
10/19
Note: Game totals are displayed in the format TEAM/OPPONENT for each category
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2012-13 Maryland Women’s Basketball Notes
2012-13 Maryland Women’s Basketball
2012-13 Maryland Women's Basketball
Maryland Game-by-Game Highs (as of Dec 29, 2012)
All games
Opponent
MOUNT ST. MARY'S
Date
11/09/12
Score Points
88-47 18-Tianna Hawkins
Rebounds
11-Alicia DeVaughn
at Loyola
11/11/12
88-45 33-Tianna Hawkins
13-Tianna Hawkins
Assists
5-Laurin Mincy
Alyssa Thomas
6-Alyssa Thomas
at Saint Joseph's
11/17/12
49-50 16-Alyssa Thomas
15-Alyssa Thomas
4-Katie Rutan
AMERICAN
11/21/12
94-54 25-Tianna Hawkins
9-Tianna Hawkins
Alicia DeVaughn
8-Chloe Pavlech
at Nebraska
11/28/12
90-71 25-Alyssa Thomas
12-Tianna Hawkins
8-Alyssa Thomas
at UConn
12/03/12
48-63 14-Tianna Hawkins
10-Tianna Hawkins
4-Alyssa Thomas
VIRGINIA
12/06/12
12-Tianna Hawkins
6-Chloe Pavlech
GEORGE MASON
12/08/12
79-55 20-Tianna Hawkins
Alyssa Thomas
90-40 27-Tianna Hawkins
2-Chloe Pavlech
Alicia DeVaughn
4-Alyssa Thomas
12-Alyssa Thomas
11-Alyssa Thomas
4-Alyssa Thomas
at Towson
at Delaware
12/11/12
12/20/12
88-43 23-Alyssa Thomas
69-53 16-Tianna Hawkins
13-Alyssa Thomas
16-Tianna Hawkins
8-Tierney Pfirman
5-Chloe Pavlech
Alyssa Thomas
3-Alyssa Thomas
3-Chloe Pavlech
BROWN
HARTFORD
12/28/12
12/29/12
76-36 20-Tianna Hawkins
72-40 22-Alyssa Thomas
8-Alyssa Thomas
13-Alicia DeVaughn
6-Alyssa Thomas
6-Chloe Pavlech
2-Sequoia Austin
3-Alyssa Thomas
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Steals
2-Malina Howard
Blocked shots
2-Malina Howard
1-Tianna Hawkins
Chloe Pavlech
Alyssa Thomas
Katie Rutan
Alicia DeVaughn
1-Alicia DeVaughn
Alyssa Thomas
2-Alyssa Thomas
Malina Howard
Alicia DeVaughn
Tianna Hawkins
6-Alyssa Thomas
2-Laurin Mincy
Malina Howard
3-Alyssa Thomas
2-Malina Howard
1-Tianna Hawkins
Tierney Pfirman
Malina Howard
Alicia DeVaughn
Laurin Mincy
1-Alicia DeVaughn
1-Tianna Hawkins
1-Malina Howard
Tianna Hawkins
2-Malina Howard
1-Tianna Hawkins
Tierney Pfirman
Alyssa Thomas
Malina Howard
3-Alicia DeVaughn
2-Alicia DeVaughn
Tianna Hawkins
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2012-13 Maryland Women's Basketball
Maryland Team High/Low Analysis (as of Dec 29, 2012)
All games
Maryland - TEAM GAME HIGHS
POINTS
FIELD GOALS MADE
FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS
FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE
3 PT FIELD GOALS MADE
3 PT FG ATTEMPTS
3 PT FG PERCENTAGE
FREE THROWS MADE
FREE THROW ATTEMPTS
FREE THROW PERCENTAGE
REBOUNDS
ASSISTS
STEALS
BLOCKED SHOTS
TURNOVERS
FOULS
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94
90
90
88
88
88
40
37
69
69
.580
.569
7
7
18
17
.467
.429
28
25
35
32
1.000
.900
55
54
29
26
14
11
11
8
6
6
6
26
21
23
17
17
(40-69)
(37-65)
(7-15)
(6-14)
(10-10)
(9-10)
AMERICAN (11/21/12)
GEORGE MASON (12/08/12)
at Nebraska (11/28/12)
at Towson (12/11/12)
at Loyola (11/11/12)
MOUNT ST. MARY'S (11/09/12)
AMERICAN (11/21/12)
MOUNT ST. MARY'S (11/09/12)
at Nebraska (11/28/12)
AMERICAN (11/21/12)
AMERICAN (11/21/12)
MOUNT ST. MARY'S (11/09/12)
at Delaware (12/20/12)
at Nebraska (11/28/12)
at Delaware (12/20/12)
VIRGINIA (12/06/12)
at Nebraska (11/28/12)
AMERICAN (11/21/12)
VIRGINIA (12/06/12)
at Loyola (11/11/12)
VIRGINIA (12/06/12)
at Loyola (11/11/12)
at Delaware (12/20/12)
BROWN (12/28/12)
at Loyola (11/11/12)
MOUNT ST. MARY'S (11/09/12)
AMERICAN (11/21/12)
BROWN (12/28/12)
at Nebraska (11/28/12)
at Towson (12/11/12)
GEORGE MASON (12/08/12)
at Loyola (11/11/12)
BROWN (12/28/12)
AMERICAN (11/21/12)
at Saint Joseph's (11/17/12)
at UConn (12/03/12)
VIRGINIA (12/06/12)
VIRGINIA (12/06/12)
at Saint Joseph's (11/17/12)
at Loyola (11/11/12)
2012-13 Maryland Women’s Basketball Notes
2012-13 Maryland Women’s Basketball
2012-13 Maryland Women's Basketball
Maryland High/Low Analysis (as of Dec 29, 2012)
All games
Opponent - GAME HIGHS
POINTS
FIELD GOALS MADE
FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS
FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE
3 PT FIELD GOALS MADE
3 PT FG ATTEMPTS
3 PT FG PERCENTAGE
FREE THROWS MADE
FREE THROW ATTEMPTS
FREE THROW PERCENTAGE
REBOUNDS
ASSISTS
STEALS
BLOCKED SHOTS
TURNOVERS
FOULS
71
63
55
54
53
28
23
69
66
.440
.406
6
6
6
28
24
.462
.417
29
12
37
15
1.000
1.000
40
35
35
18
17
15
10
3
3
3
3
23
22
29
24
(22-50)
(28-69)
(6-13)
(5-12)
(4-4)
(2-2)
at Nebraska (11/28/12)
at UConn (12/03/12)
VIRGINIA (12/06/12)
AMERICAN (11/21/12)
at Delaware (12/20/12)
at Nebraska (11/28/12)
at UConn (12/03/12)
at Nebraska (11/28/12)
MOUNT ST. MARY'S (11/09/12)
AMERICAN (11/21/12)
at Nebraska (11/28/12)
BROWN (12/28/12)
at Nebraska (11/28/12)
at Loyola (11/11/12)
MOUNT ST. MARY'S (11/09/12)
BROWN (12/28/12)
at Nebraska (11/28/12)
AMERICAN (11/21/12)
VIRGINIA (12/06/12)
at UConn (12/03/12)
VIRGINIA (12/06/12)
at UConn (12/03/12)
MOUNT ST. MARY'S (11/09/12)
BROWN (12/28/12)
at Nebraska (11/28/12)
at Delaware (12/20/12)
at UConn (12/03/12)
at Nebraska (11/28/12)
at Saint Joseph's (11/17/12)
at UConn (12/03/12)
VIRGINIA (12/06/12)
GEORGE MASON (12/08/12)
AMERICAN (11/21/12)
at Saint Joseph's (11/17/12)
at Loyola (11/11/12)
GEORGE MASON (12/08/12)
VIRGINIA (12/06/12)
VIRGINIA (12/06/12)
at Loyola (11/11/12)
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2012-13 Maryland Women's Basketball
Maryland High/Low Analysis (as of Dec 29, 2012)
All games
Maryland - GAME LOWS
POINTS
FIELD GOALS MADE
FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS
FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE
3 PT FIELD GOALS MADE
3 PT FG ATTEMPTS
3 PT FG PERCENTAGE
FREE THROWS MADE
FREE THROW ATTEMPTS
FREE THROW PERCENTAGE
REBOUNDS
ASSISTS
STEALS
BLOCKED SHOTS
TURNOVERS
FOULS
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48
49
69
72
76
18
19
51
56
.339
.353
1
1
7
7
.100
.125
8
8
10
10
.615
.667
39
41
10
11
2
5
5
1
1
9
9
7
10
10
(19-56)
(18-51)
(1-10)
(1-8)
(8-13)
(8-12)
at UConn (12/03/12)
at Saint Joseph's (11/17/12)
at Delaware (12/20/12)
HARTFORD (12/29/12)
BROWN (12/28/12)
at UConn (12/03/12)
at Saint Joseph's (11/17/12)
at UConn (12/03/12)
at Saint Joseph's (11/17/12)
at Saint Joseph's (11/17/12)
at UConn (12/03/12)
at UConn (12/03/12)
BROWN (12/28/12)
MOUNT ST. MARY'S (11/09/12)
HARTFORD (12/29/12)
BROWN (12/28/12)
at UConn (12/03/12)
at Saint Joseph's (11/17/12)
AMERICAN (11/21/12)
at Delaware (12/20/12)
BROWN (12/28/12)
AMERICAN (11/21/12)
at Saint Joseph's (11/17/12)
at UConn (12/03/12)
at Nebraska (11/28/12)
at UConn (12/03/12)
at Saint Joseph's (11/17/12)
at Saint Joseph's (11/17/12)
at Loyola (11/11/12)
HARTFORD (12/29/12)
at UConn (12/03/12)
VIRGINIA (12/06/12)
at Towson (12/11/12)
HARTFORD (12/29/12)
BROWN (12/28/12)
AMERICAN (11/21/12)
HARTFORD (12/29/12)
2012-13 Maryland Women’s Basketball Notes
2012-13 Maryland Women’s Basketball
2012-13 Maryland Women's Basketball
Maryland High/Low Analysis (as of Dec 29, 2012)
All games
Opponent - GAME LOWS
POINTS
FIELD GOALS MADE
FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS
FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE
3 PT FIELD GOALS MADE
3 PT FG ATTEMPTS
3 PT FG PERCENTAGE
FREE THROWS MADE
FREE THROW ATTEMPTS
FREE THROW PERCENTAGE
REBOUNDS
ASSISTS
STEALS
BLOCKED SHOTS
TURNOVERS
FOULS
36
40
40
43
45
12
14
14
48
50
.250
.259
.259
2
4
4
4
4
4
9
10
10
.179
.182
2
4
4
2
4
.545
.545
18
19
5
6
4
4
4
0
0
9
12
10
12
12
(12-48)
(14-54)
(14-54)
(5-28)
(4-22)
(6-11)
(6-11)
BROWN (12/28/12)
GEORGE MASON (12/08/12)
HARTFORD (12/29/12)
at Towson (12/11/12)
at Loyola (11/11/12)
VIRGINIA (12/06/12)
at Loyola (11/11/12)
BROWN (12/28/12)
VIRGINIA (12/06/12)
AMERICAN (11/21/12)
VIRGINIA (12/06/12)
at Loyola (11/11/12)
BROWN (12/28/12)
VIRGINIA (12/06/12)
at Saint Joseph's (11/17/12)
GEORGE MASON (12/08/12)
at Towson (12/11/12)
at Delaware (12/20/12)
HARTFORD (12/29/12)
VIRGINIA (12/06/12)
at Towson (12/11/12)
at Delaware (12/20/12)
MOUNT ST. MARY'S (11/09/12)
HARTFORD (12/29/12)
BROWN (12/28/12)
MOUNT ST. MARY'S (11/09/12)
HARTFORD (12/29/12)
BROWN (12/28/12)
MOUNT ST. MARY'S (11/09/12)
at Saint Joseph's (11/17/12)
GEORGE MASON (12/08/12)
at Loyola (11/11/12)
AMERICAN (11/21/12)
GEORGE MASON (12/08/12)
VIRGINIA (12/06/12)
at Towson (12/11/12)
at Delaware (12/20/12)
HARTFORD (12/29/12)
BROWN (12/28/12)
HARTFORD (12/29/12)
HARTFORD (12/29/12)
at Saint Joseph's (11/17/12)
at Delaware (12/20/12)
at Saint Joseph's (11/17/12)
at UConn (12/03/12)
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