“St. Joe’s never quit tonight. Our goal is to sustain our level of play for 40 minutes with no drop off. They just kept coming at us. We got tested tonight.”
“It was extremely balanced from our end, a tremendous game for us to be able to build upon. You’ve got to use your non-conference schedule to prep for your conference games.”
Senior guard Anjale Barrett suffered a knee injury during a collision, but Frese indicated it was a minor bone-on-bone injury, and said Barrett was fine.
The Terps will head to Florida for back-to-back games against Florida International and CSU Bakersfield on Friday and Saturday. Frese said she’s looking forward to some nice weather.
“We’re taking our team to the beach tomorrow,” Frese said.
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