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Maryland women's basketball gets 'disappointing' No. 3 seed in UConn's region

Because the Connecticut women’s basketball team has not lost a game since seven months before Donald Trump even announced his candidacy for the U.S. presidency, the unspoken but widely acknowledged hope inside Xfinity Center on Monday night was that Maryland would earn a No. 2 seed in the NCAA tournament anywhere but the Huskies-friendly Bridgeport regional.

Just a half-region into ESPN’s tournament selection show, the Terps were left to wonder what they did to deserve not only a spot in top-seeded Connecticut’s quadrant of the bracket but, more alarmingly, the No. 3 seed as well. A Big Ten Conference regular-season championship, a league tournament title, just two losses — and it...

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