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Tracking the Terps

Tracking the Terps News and notes on Maryland football, basketball and other sports
Three-star junior-college cornerback Alex Woods commits to Maryland

Junior-college cornerback Alex Woods, a three-star prospect who has three years of college eligibility remaining, committed to Maryland at the end of his official visit Sunday, he announced on Twitter. 

"After talking it over with my family,I have decided to end my recruiting," he wrote. "I have decided to commit to the University of Maryland .

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Hot-shooting Kristen Confroy leads No. 5 Maryland women to 92-42 win vs. UMBC

Maryland women’s basketball guard Kristen Confroy is considered one of the top sharpshooters on her team, but she had been mired in an uncharacteristic slump through the first seven games of the season. She had shot just 3-for-17 from 3-point range over that stretch, including a 1-for-5 performance in the Terps’ win at No. 7 Louisville on Thursday night.

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Damonte Dodd and Jaylen Brantley crucial in Terps' comeback win

Without this pair of unlikely heroes, though, Maryland likely would have lost its second straight game, perhaps by another big margin, as they did against Pittsburgh on Tuesday in the ACC-Big Ten Challenge.

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For Terps, Durkin, Quick Lane Bowl vs. Boston College is 'a reward for our guys'

Bowl-eligible under first-year coach DJ Durkin after beating Rutgers in the regular season finale, Maryland appears headed to the Quick Lane Bowl.

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Trimble's late free throws lift Maryland to 71-70 comeback win over Oklahoma State

This one had all the makings of a second straight blowout defeat for the Maryland men's basketball team at home, a game that seemingly had enough ingredients for another distasteful recipe to give coach Mark Turgeon, his players and their fans a collective case of indigestion.

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Maryland's backcourt of Melo Trimble, Anthony Cowan Jr. 'still getting used to each other'

As unlikely as it seemed when the Maryland men's basketball team started recruiting Anthony Cowan Jr. a couple of years ago, Mark Turgeon often thought how great it would be to pair the St. John's High point guard with his own, then freshman Melo Trimble, in the Terps' backcourt.

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