Here's what you need to know about the Terps' NCAA tournament opener Friday.
But the former president wasn't right the first time.
The Terps women's Big Ten Sixth Player of the Year has taken charge of a club team on campus, with great success.
The No. 16 seed Retrievers are not expected to last long against No. 1 seed Virginia, but not for a lack of belief.
If the Terps win, they would advance to face the North Carolina State-Elon winner.
The Retrievers will face the Cavaliers at 9:20 p.m. Friday on TNT.
The Retrievers' first NCAA tournament appearance in a decade will take them to Charlotte, N.C.
Terps coach Brenda Frese now has pledges from four top-60 junior prospects. No other program has more than two.