Terps celebrate Sweet Sixteen season, seniors at annual banquet
Hawkins, Thomas lead charge in second half, but not enough vs. Blue Devils
Hawkins, Thomas combine for 47 points in win
Postgame Notes: No. 10 Maryland 85, No. 11 North Carolina 59
Thomas scores season-high 28, adds 10 rebounds, eight assists
Maryland v NC State
No. 10 Maryland won 82-62
Maryland women's basketball
Maryland v Miami
Maryland v FSU
Frese on Pfirman: "Tierney is cut from the same cloth as Marissa Coleman and Alyssa Thomas in that she's a big perimeter player that can do damage inside and out. Back in her hometown, she became a local legend really young. She has a lot of potential to be a very good player for us. Now it's our job to challenge her and help her on this journey. I love players that are versatile and can put the ball in the basket. Tierney fits that description. She's got a great opportunity to learn from some terrific teammates and I'm excited about what she can do for us."
As a freshman (2012-13): Saw action in 21 games and started in 12...saw first career action as a Terp with nine points, six rebounds in 19 minutes vs. Mount St. Mary's (Nov. 9)...scored 13 points off 5-6 shooting from the field with three assists at Loyola (Nov. 11)...scored nine points in 17 minutes vs. American (Nov. 21)...grabbed four steals in Terps' win at #19 Nebraska (Nov. 28)...made first career start at #2 Connecticut (Dec. 3)...scored 17 points with three boards in 28 minutes vs. Virginia (Dec. 6)...scored 11 points with five rebounds and three steals vs. George Mason (Dec. 8)...named ACC Rookie of the Week (Dec. 10)...dished career-high eight assists with just one turnover and grabbed five rebounds and six points at Towson (Dec. 11)...scored seven points with a three in 15 minutes (Dec. 20)...had nine points, all in the second half, vs. Brown (Dec. 28)...scored 11 points with eight boards, three assists, a block and a steal vs. Hartford (Dec. 29)...had 12 points, including two threes, seven boards, four assists and a steal in Terps' win over #19 Florida State (Jan. 6)...dished five assists with one turnover and eight boards vs. #24 Miami (Jan. 10)...in career-high 31 minutes, scored 11 points with seven boards, three assists and a steal at Virginia Tech (Jan. 13)...scored 16 points with eight rebounds, two assists and two steals in 30 minutes vs. NC State (Jan. 17)...dislocated her knee cap after colliding with a practice player and will miss 4-6 weeks (Jan. 19)...made return at Virginia and grabbed three rebounds with an assist and a steal in seven minutes (Feb. 17)...played 12 minutes at Boston College and scored seven points in the win (Feb. 21)...pulled down three rebounds with four assists and a steal in 14 minutes at #24 Florida State (Feb. 28)... missed final six games due to mononucleosis...given team's Rookie Impact Award at annual banquet.
Before Maryland: No. 5 Forward in the 2012 class and No. 22 overall player, according to ESPN.com's Hoop Gurlz rankings...earned a scouts grade of 95...scored 2,000 career points and broke the South scoring record late this past season before finishing with 2,309 career points, second in Lycoming County history...averaged 24 ppg, 13 rpg, and 3 apg as a senior...four-time Associated Press All-State honoree... two-time Williamsport Sun-Gazette Female Athlete of the Year ...ESPN Radio 104.1FM/1050AM Basketball Player of the Year in freshman, sophomore and junior seasons...made AP's All-State Third Team as a freshman, Second Team as a sophomore and First Team as a junior...named the Williamsport Sun-Gazette Player of the Year as a sophomore and as a junior...First Team All-Conference in Heartland III ...coached by Mike Allison at South Williamsport...also played for the Lady Runnin' Rebels, where she was coached by Bill McDonough.
Personal: Tierney Rae Pfirman...parents are Stephen and Kim Pfirman...father played football at Rutgers...graduated from high school with honors...finished 6th in the state in javelin in high school...loves to watch movies, spend time with family and go hunting...chose Maryland for the family atmosphere, distance to home, and she loved the staff and players...also considered Rutgers, Florida, NC State, Vanderbilt, Iowa State and Delaware...early childhood education major.
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