No. 2 Virginia beat No. 3 Maryland, 75-74, before a sellout of 14,500, still the largest crowd ever for an ACC women's game.

March 1, 1992
In a season in which he carried the Terps, Walt Williams tipped in his own miss with one second left and upset No. 10 North Carolina, 82-80.

Feb. 7, 1995
No. 1 North Carolina, which included Rasheed Wallace and Jerry Stackhouse, fell, 86-73, to No. 8 Maryland, which revolved around Joe Smith.

Jan. 14, 1998
Laron Profit and freshmen Terence Morris (left) and Mike Mardesich fueled an 89-83 overtime win over No. 1 North Carolina. It was the first loss for Tar Heels coach Bill Guthridge.

Feb. 6, 2000
Down 12 with seven minutes left, No. 25 Maryland rode sophomore center Lonny Baxter to a 78-73 comeback win over N.C. State.

Jan. 27, 2001
Steve Blake fouled out, the eighth-ranked Terps wasted a 10-point lead in the final 54 seconds, then lost to No. 2 Duke in overtime, 98-96.

Feb. 17, 2002
Sophomore Chris Wilcox and No. 3 Maryland beat No. 1 Duke, 87-73. It was the most high-powered regular-season game ever at Cole, based on the Associated Press rankings of the teams.