The Maryland women's basketball program asked a lot of Laurin Mincy last season.
Brittney Griner has dominated women's basketball all season.
Maryland's dreams of a trip to the women's Final Four came to an extremely rough end Tuesday night at PNC Arena.
Maryland is just one step away from its fourth trip to the NCAA women's Final Four, but the task gets even tougher Tuesday night.
Maryland couldn't have asked for a much sweeter scenario than the Terrapins pieced together Sunday at PNC Arena.
Laurin Mincy had 21 points and 12 rebounds to help Maryland rally past Texas A&M 81-74 on Sunday in the semifinals of the Raleigh Regional of the NCAA tournament.
In the second round of the NCAA tournament, the Maryland women's basketball team needed ACC player of the year Alyssa Thomas to fill a new role: cheerleader.
Maryland women's basketball coach Brenda Frese knew that Navy would not be an easy ship to sink in the first round of the NCAA tournament, especially if Alyssa Thomas, the Atlantic Coast Conference Player of the Year, wasn't at her best.
Minutes after it was announced that fifth-ranked Maryland would play Navy in the first round of the NCAA women's tournament, the Terps' Tianna Hawkins was asked what she knew about the Midshipmen.