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COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) — The telling numbers, located in the bottom right hand corner of the score sheet, did not go unnoticed by Maryland coach Brenda Frese.
Brenda Frese's contract extension will keep her with the Terps through 2021.
Breanna Stewart and Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis each scored 17 points, leading top-seeded Connecticut over Maryland 76-50 on Saturday in the Bridgeport regional semifinals.
The Terrapins — who are down to essentially a six-player rotation because of injuries — simply didn't have enough fresh bodies to keep up with the deeper Tar Heels.
Maryland coach Brenda Frese was thrilled with her team's effort despite a 15-point loss to No. 2 Connecticut.
There were moments, Brenda Frese can concede now, when she wondered just what she'd gotten herself into after she arrived at Maryland in 2002.
The Maryland women's basketball program asked a lot of Laurin Mincy last season.
Maryland proved again this season that it is clearly one of the nation's elite women's basketball programs.
Don't be fooled by the seeding. Though fifth-ranked Maryland claimed the No. 2 seed in the Raleigh region, the Terps are calling themselves the underdogs in Sunday's Sweet Sixteen matchup against third-seeded Texas A&M.