Maryland coach Brenda Frese and her sixth-ranked Terrapins found a nice way to cap their weekend getaway to upstate New York.
Freshman point guard Destiny Slocum had career highs with 25 points and seven assists as Maryland cruised to a 96-64 victory over Niagara on Sunday. The Terrapins scored on seven of their first eight possessions and forced five turnovers in opening the game on a 16-2 run. They led 58-32 at halftime.
“It was really important that the five of us who started came out and set the tone,” Slocum said. “That was our mindset, that we needed to start strong.”
Frese had accompanied All-American honorable mention Shatori Walker-Kimbrough to the...