Terp center to try out for World University Games team
Terps celebrate Sweet Sixteen season, seniors at annual banquet
Alyssa Thomas scored 13 points to lead the Terps.
The fourth-seeded Terrapins (26-7) will face top seed Connecticut in the Bridgeport Regional semifinals.
Maryland, Michigan State set for 7 p.m. tip in College Park
Maryland vs. Connecticut - AP Photos
Maryland women's basketball
Maryland v Quinnipiac
No. 12 Maryland vs. Quinnipiac - AP Photos
No. 10 Maryland vs. No. 15 North Carolina
Frese on DeVaughn: "Alicia is our best defensive player and I was really happy that she was voted on to the ACC All-Defensive team last season. She has terrific instincts and she knows how to cover up other people's mistakes. She's a great teammate and has a terrific sense of humor. She had a tremendous offseason and I think our fans will see that growth on the court this year."
As a junior (2012-13): Started in all 34 games...scored in double figures in 12 of 34 games and pulled down 10+ boards in nine games...had a double-double vs. Mount St. Mary's with 15 points, 11 boards (Nov. 9)...tied career-high 16 points off 5-7 FG percentage and went 6-6 from the foul line at Loyola (Nov. 11)...scored 16 points off 8-10 shooting with nine rebounds, two assists, two steals and a block vs. American (Nov. 21)...pulled down eight rebounds and scored eights points at #19 Nebraska (Nov. 28)...had eight points with nine boards, a block and two steals at #2 Connecticut (Dec. 3)...scored eight points with 10 boards in 20 minutes vs. Virginia (Dec. 6)...scored 10 points to hit 500 career points vs. George Mason (Dec. 8)...went 5-for-6 from the field for 12 points at Towson (Dec. 11)...went 4-for-4 on the foul line with six boards, eight points, two assists and two steals at Delaware...held All-American Elena Delle Donne to just 7-for-23 shooting from the field and six rebounds (Dec. 20)...notched seven points, six boards, two assists and three blocks vs. Brown (Dec. 28)...had a double-double with 13 points, 13 rebounds and two blocks vs. Hartford and was named to Terrapin Classic All-Tournament Team (Dec. 29)...had seven points, five boards with an assist, a block and a steal vs. #19 Florida State (Jan. 6)...notched three boards, four points, two steals and two assists in 19 minutes vs. #24 Miami (Jan. 10)...scored four points with four boards a steal and an assist in 18 minutes vs. NC State (Jan. 17)...notched 11 points and 12 boards with a block in Terps' win at Georgia Tech (Jan. 20)...scored six points with five boards and a steal in 22 minutes vs. #11 UNC (Jan. 24)...scored 14 points off 6-for-7 shooting with six boards, three assists, a block and four steals at Clemson (Jan. 27)...went 9-for-9 from the foul line for 13 points and nine boards vs. Boston College (Feb. 3)...pulled down nine boards with three assists and six points in match at #5 Duke (Feb. 11)...pulled down 11 boards in 30 minutes vs. Clemson (Feb. 14)...scored 14 points and went 6-for-7 at the line at Virginia (Feb. 17)...scored 10 points with eight rebounds, three assists, a block and a steal at Boston College (Feb. 21)...had eight points, seven rebounds with two assists, two blocks and three steals in 29 minutes vs. #5 Duke (Feb. 24)...notched 100th career block at #24 Florida State (Feb. 28)...scored 14 points and went 6-for-9 from the line with seven rebounds against Wake Forest (March 3)...had 13 rebounds with nine points, four blocks and two steals in career-high 40 minutes vs. Wake in ACC Quarters (March 8)...notched a career-high 17 rebounds with eight points, two blocks and two steals vs. Quinnipiac in the NCAA First Round (March 23)...pulled down 10 rebounds with eight points, two blocks vs. Michigan State in NCAA Second Round (March 25)...hit a three for nine points with 11 rebounds and two assists in Sweet Sixteen vs. #3 Connecticut (March 30)...given team's award for top field goal percentage at annual banquet.
As a Sophomore (2011-12): Started in 35 of 36 games...named to ACC All-Defensive Team...only non-start was Senior Night...earned first career start vs. Loyola (Nov. 11)...scored 14 points in career-high 34 minutes vs. No. 11 Georgetown (Nov. 13)...grabbed 10 boards vs. Towson (Nov. 16)... pulled down season-high 11 rebounds vs. Saint Joseph's (Nov. 22)...went 3-for-3 from the field and 5-for-6 from the line for 11 points and eight boards, with three assists and two blocks, vs. CSUB (Nov. 26)...scored 13 points, went 5-for-6 at the line, with eight boards and two blocks vs. Delaware State (Dec. 8)...pulled down 10 boards and scored eight points with two steals at George Mason (Dec. 11)...notched three blocks at Florida State (Jan. 2)...tied her career-high 11 rebounds and added 11 points for her second career double-double in Terps' comeback win over Georgia Tech (Jan. 6)...grabbed 10 rebounds as Terps beat No. 23 UNC (Jan. 8)...notched eight points and eight rebounds, along with a block and two steals at No. 11 Miami (Jan. 12)....grabbed seven boards, added nine points and had two blocks vs. Virginia (Jan. 16)...filled stat sheet with eight rebounds, nine points, five blocks, two assists and two steals vs. Wake Forest (Jan. 19)...pulled down eight boards and notched two steals at No. 22 Georgia Tech (Feb. 6)...notched season-high 15 points off 5-7 shooting from the field and 5-5 at the line, with career-high six blocks, four assists and four steals at Clemson (Feb. 9)...scored eight points, grabbed eight boards, notched two steals and a block at Virginia (Feb. 16)...went 7-10 from the field for 14 points with four boards, a block and a steal vs. UNC (Feb. 24)...went 4-5 from the field for eight points and five boards vs. Wake in ACC Semis (March 3)...grabbed four boards with an assist and a block in ACC Championship game (March 4)...pulled in seven boards vs. Navy in NCAA First Round (March 17)...scored 10 points and grabbed four boards in Elite Eight game vs. Notre Dame (March 27)...received team's Top Defensive Player award at annual banquet.
As a Freshman (2010-11): Saw action in all 32 games... had a block in 21 of 32 games as she led the team... led the team in rebounds in four games... finished in the No. 7 in the ACC in blocks per game with 1.1... her 36 blocks is in the top 20 in Maryland season record books... No. 4 among all Maryland rookies in blocks (36)...173 rebounds on the year puts her at No. 11 among all Maryland freshmen... also in the top ten in free throws attempted as a freshman (103)... had three blocks in first career appearance vs. Monmouth (Nov. 13)... earned first career double-double at No. 13 Georgetown with 10 points and 11 rebounds in 18 minutes off the bench (Nov. 16)... grabbed career-high 16 rebounds at East Carolina (Nov. 26)... scored 13 points off 7-for-11 shooting from the foul line at Delaware State (Dec. 19)... notched 12 points in 11 minutes on the floor vs. No. 10 North Carolina as she went 4-for-5 from the field and a perfect 4-for-4 from the foul line (Jan. 23)... scored career-high 16 points off 6-for-10 shooting from the floor. Led all scorers and all players with nine rebounds vs. Longwood (Jan. 30)... had a career-high four blocks at No. 15 Florida State (Feb. 20)... tied her career-high 26 minutes vs. Georgetown in NCAA Second Round (March 22)...recipient of team's Terp Award, which is given to teammate that most consistently displays the Terrapins' core values, at the team's annual banquet.
Before Maryland: 2010 McDonald's All-American...No. 57 player in her class by ESPN and No. 6 post player...2010 ESPN All-American...2010 Florida Class 5A 1st team All-State...three-time Florida First Team All-State (2008, '09, '10)...as a senior, grabbed 32 rebounds in Blanche Ely win over Nova in 2010 District Semifinal playoff game...led Blanche Ely to 2010 District Championship ...averaged 19.5 points, 18.7 rebounds and 8.4 blocks as a senior...voted twice to Florida's "Fab Five Team"...2009 as a junior, averaged 16.6 points and 18.9 rebounds and led South Broward to Region Semifinals...2008 as a sophomore helped lead South Broward to Florida Class 6A State Championship.
Personal: Daughter of Alphonso and the late Cynthia DeVaughn ...also considered Purdue, Oklahoma, Louisville and Georgia ... chose Maryland because of the environment ... family science major that wants to one day be a children's counselor or therapist.
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