Maryland women’s basketball dominate at home, beat Minnesota 94-62

Sports

COLLEGE PARK, Md. (WDVM) – In another dominant display on home court, the Maryland women’s basketball team defeat the Minnesota Gophers 94-62, in their second meeting with them this season.

Ashley Owusu led the scoring for the home team, with 24 points; while Diamond Miller added 20 points. 23 points in this game came from 13 forced turnovers from the Terps.

The Gophers got out to an early 5-0 lead, before the Terrapins stiffled them with a full court press; forcing them to make mistakes, and opening up Maryland’s 10-0 run.

“You know we got some 10 second – back court violations which was something we showed on film last game that we thought we could have got to.: said Head Coach Brenda Frese, when asked about the defensive turnaround. “So they took that the next progression, the next step. I thought end of quarters, we didn’t let any momentum go into quarters, by getting great stops. So that’s where I’m really excited – is now we’re playing both ends of the floor and that’s what you have to be able to have for March.”

Copyright 2021 Nexstar Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.

 

Trending Stories

12SportsZone Twitter