The reigning Big Ten champion Maryland women's basketball team announced its complete 2017-18 schedule Wednesday.
Former Terrapin and current WNBA rookie Shatori Walker-Kimbrough has signed to play with the Turkish basketball club, Orman, in Ankara this offseason.
Former Maryland women's basketball stars Laurin Mincy and Brene Moseley have signed to play professionally overseas.
The Big Ten Conference announced the Maryland women's basketball team's home and away conference games for the 2017-18 season Monday afternoon.
Former Maryland women's basketball standout Alyssa Thomas was named to the Verizon WNBA All-Star Game, announced Tuesday. She is on the East Conference roster for the July 22 event.
Head coach Brenda Frese of the Maryland women's basketball team added Maryland native Kaitlynn Fratz to the staff as the Coordinator of Recruiting Operations, announced Monday.
Head coach Brenda Frese and the Maryland women's basketball team have added former Terp Malina Howard and former All-Big Ten guard Tori Jankoska to their U.S. roster for the World University Games next month.
Three esteemed members of the Maryland athletics family, Juan Dixon, Brenda Frese and Tom McMillen, were inducted into the Washington DC Sports Hall of Fame Sunday afternoon. The nine honorees were inducted in a special ceremony Sunday at Nationals Park prior to the game between the Washington Nationals and Atlanta Braves.
The Maryland women's basketball team will play at Virginia in the 2017 Big Ten/ACC Challenge Nov. 29 at John Paul Jones Arena in Charlottesville.
Guard Eleanna Christinaki of the Maryland women's basketball team will play with the Greek Senior Women's National Team in the FIBA 2017 Eurobasket opening Friday in Prague.
Redshirt junior Kiara Leslie of the Maryland women's basketball team will graduate this summer and will finish her final two years of eligibility at North Carolina State. Leslie, a Raleigh-area native, will return closer to home after earning her degree in criminology and criminal justice in three years.
Former Maryland women's basketball center Brionna Jones will play in Russia this off-season. Jones signed with the team Nadezhda Orenburg earlier this month.