COLLEGE PARK, Md. -- The 11th-ranked Maryland women's basketball team (15-3, 4-1 B1G) will host Indiana (8-11, 1-5) Tuesday at 7 p.m. at the XFINITY Center. For tickets, call the Terrapin Ticket Office at 1-800-IM-A-TERP or click here.
Tuesday's game is Ieshia Small Bobblehead Night. All fans in attendance will receive a scratch off ticket upon entry into XFINITY Center. Five hundred lucky fans will take home an Ieshia Small bobblehead. Tuesday will also be Cinema Night. Fans will enjoy a variety of movies over the course of the night and a $1 popcorn special.
Tuesday's matchup is the fifth all-time between Maryland and Indiana, with the Terrapins winning all four previous matchups. Last year, the Terps won 92-56 in Bloomington on Feb. 5. The Terrapins are also 2-0 vs. the Hoosiers at XFINITY Center.
The Terrapins are coming off of an 82-68 loss to Michigan State Thursday night. Brianna Fraser led Maryland with 17 points and eight rebounds and Eleanna Christinaki scored 13 points in her first start as a Terp. Stephanie Jones scored 12 points with nine boards and Kaila Charles grabbed 11 boards.
Maryland lost second leading scorer Blair Watson for the season last week with a torn right ACL suffered in practice. Watson is the Terps’ second-leading scorer with 13.8 points through 17 games this season. She is the Big Ten’s most improved scorer and ranked third in the league in three-point field goal percentage (.441).
Seven Terrapins are scoring in double figures - Kaila Charles (17.2), Blair Watson (13.8), Ieshia Small (11.8), Eleanna Christinaki (11.7), Stephanie Jones (11.6), Brianna Fraser (10.7) and Kristen Confroy (10.2). Maryland is the only team in the country with seven in double figures.
Confroy currently has made 185 career threes. She is No. 3 on Maryland's all-time list, behind just Shatori Walker-Kimbrough (186) and Kristi Toliver (300).
Maryland is ranked No. 11 in the Associated Press poll and in the USA Today Coaches poll.
After Tuesday's contest, the Terrapins will host No. 10 Ohio State (16-2, 5-0) Monday at 7 p.m. in College Park. The Terps-Buckeyes matchup will be televised around the world on ESPN2 as part of Big Monday. The game can be seen online through WatchESPN.com and the WatchESPN app.
The Terps will “Play4theCure” supporting cancer awareness and the efforts of the National Foundation for Cancer Research to eradicate cancer.