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Tracking the Terps

Tracking the Terps News and notes on Maryland football, basketball and other sports
Brionna Jones' career-high 30 points lift No. 4 Maryland women to rout of Saint Peter's

For the second game in a row, the Maryland women's basketball team leaned on senior center Brionna Jones and overwhelmed its opponent in the second quarter to pull away for a comfortable victory at Xfinity Center.

This time the No. 4 Terps got a career-high 30 points from Jones in a 101-49 win against visiting Saint Peter's on Thursday night.

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Terps turn offense inside-out, comfortably beat Howard

The message from Maryland men's basketball coach Mark Turgeon to his team finally got through to his players Wednesday night.

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Terps' Damonte Dodd out at least 3 games with knee injury

A few hours before the Terps were to play Howard at Xfinity Center, it was announced that Dodd suffered a sprained medial collateral ligament sprain in his left knee after bumping the knee in practice Monday.

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Maryland keeps winning despite shooting poorly

Maryland men's basketball coach Mark Turgeon pleaded last week for opponents to play zone against his team after the Terps made only 10 of their 36 3-point attempts in a 73-59 home loss to Pittsburgh.

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Still sorting out his role, Terps' Justin Jackson can do a little of everything

He’s a bit of an enigma -- seemingly wise beyond his years when talking about the history of basketball yet a bit wide-eyed when it comes to fully understanding his role and potential on this year’s Maryland’s basketball team.

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Terps' rotation still taking shape as non-conference schedule winds down

An underlying problem for the Maryland basketball team a year ago was its lack of depth, demonstrated by the obvious drop-off in talent and production when coach Mark Turgeon rested his starters.

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