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Maryland couldn't have asked for a much sweeter scenario than the Terrapins pieced together Sunday at PNC Arena.
The coaches might not be household names. The players aren't well known _ yet.
Texas A&M's Danielle Adams is not the person she was two years ago, much to her delight.
Kayla Pedersen and Jeanette Pohlen have run through nearly every emotion possible this week _ even before their Final Four game.
Texas A&M All-American Danielle Adams didn't score a point in the first 20 minutes of the regional final against top-seeded Baylor.
As a second seed, the Texas A&M Aggies are not exactly a Cinderella in their first Final Four.
Sydney Colson and Sydney Carter are two of the most important pieces in Texas A&M's success this season.
Texas A&M is the first women's program to earn a No. 2 seed in four consecutive NCAA tournaments.
"I'm going to rely on my adrenaline to take me through this game," A&M guard Sydney Carter said.
"A lot of people, I don't want to say they fear our defense, but I think they really respect what we do on the defensive end," Carter said. "And we take so much pride on the defensive end and making people feel uncomfortable and making them do things that they don't want to do."