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Topic - Brenda Frese
Coach Brenda Frese helped to lead Maryland to the women's Final Four this season, her second trip there during her tenure in College Park. Watch her appearance on STL here.
There would be no comeback for Maryland this time and Alyssa Thomas' stellar career came to an end.
Geno Auriemma, Tara VanDerveer, Muffet McGraw and Brenda Frese have all won national championships, using their own styles to get the most out of their teams.
Years from now, Alyssa Thomas will look back with pride at all she accomplished on a personal level at Maryland.
Ever since she arrived at Maryland as a shy freshman, Alyssa Thomas has been all about winning
All-American Alyssa Thomas scored 22 points and grabbed 13 rebounds as Maryland advanced to the Terrapins' first Final Four since winning the 2006 national championship.
The Maryland Terrapins took down the top seed to reach the Louisville Regional final, then knocked off the home team in its own arena before the sixth-largest crowd ever at this point of the NCAA tournament.
Coach Brenda Frese and her Maryland Terrapins have had the toughest road to the Final Four, knocking off a No. 1 seed and then beating Louisville on its home court in a regional final.
All-American Alyssa Thomas scored 22 points and grabbed 13 rebounds as Maryland advanced to the Terrapins' first Final Four since winning the 2006 national championship, holding off Louisville 76-73 Tuesday night in the Cardinals' home arena.
Coach Brenda Frese knows exactly how to handle playing Louisville in the Cardinals' home with a trip to the Final Four on the line.
The Terrapins (27-6) reached their ninth regional final and first since 2012. They did it against a program the Terps had beaten only four times previously and never before in the NCAA tournament.
Maryland coach Brenda Frese wanted her Terrapins to send a reminder that they're still playing too. They did just that by sending home an eight-time national champion and putting themselves a win away from a Final Four.
Just because Tennessee and Maryland haven't played each other much doesn't mean the schools aren't familiar with each other's success.
For 20 agonizing minutes, Alyssa Thomas had to rely on her teammates to keep Maryland from falling hopelessly behind Texas.
As it turned out, said Army senior Jen Hazlett, her team only "woke up the beast" by taking an early lead. The Terps move on to a 7 p.m. matchup with No. 5 seed Texas on Tuesday, with a trip to the Sweet 16 in Louisville, Ky., on the line.
"I thanked her," Frese said. "It's a dream come true and she left every single thing she could on the floor. It's too early to think about life after her."
Despite the disappointing loss, Frese said it was still a special season for the program.