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Topic - Laurin Mincy
Maryland couldn't have asked for a much sweeter scenario than the Terrapins pieced together Sunday at PNC Arena.
Laurin Mincy reached a scoring benchmark on a night when Alyssa Thomas — the team’s top scorer— was playing more like a bench player.
A quick turnaround seems to favor No. 8 Maryland, which routed CS--Bakersfield 114-83 on Saturday with its largest margin of victory in nearly six years.
"Notre Dame's defense is really on the ball," Mincy said. "They like to reach in, and they're really scrappy. We're going to have to take care of the ball and be strong when we attack the rim."
"We knew getting on the boards was going to win us the game," Mincy said. "We just focused on getting on the boards. ...We're just 12 strong and coach told us to keep fighting. Our senior, Lynetta, personally told us to keep playing, keep playing hard and we all believed in it."