It's happened exactly once in the history of the women's NCAA tournament, and the 2015 Maryland team has no intention of becoming victim No. 2.
Seventeen years ago, Harvard became the first and so far, only, No. 16 seed to upset a No. 1 — in that case, Stanford.
Saturday afternoon, New Mexico State will take its best shot at becoming the second against the top-seeded Terps.
"We've showed 'em that game," New Mexico State coach Mark Trakh said, referring to Harvard's historic upset. "We've quoted 'Miracle on Ice' and quoted 'Hoosiers.' … Somebody asked me, 'If you win the game how big...