The Terrapins won eight ACC titles under former head coach Chris Weller. In 2009, Brenda Frese put them back on top of the nation’s strongest conference with the regular season and tournament titles. In 2012, a new group of Frese's Terps won the program's 10th ACC title - more than any other school. Over the years, Maryland has been one of the ACC’s most successful programs.
- 10 ACC Championships
- 5 ACC Championships
- 8 ACC Tournament MVPs
- Maryland has won more ACC Championships than any other school
- The Terrapins used a full team effort to the the program's 10th ACC title in 2012. They entered the tournament as the No. 3 seed, then beat Virginia and Wake Forest to meet No. 4 Georgia Tech in the championship. Sophomore Alyssa Thomas scored a career-high 29 points to lead the Terps to a 68-65 win over the Yellow Jackets.
- The 2008-09, dominant seniors Kristi Toliver and Marissa Coleman led the way to reclaim Maryland's position as top dog in the ACC. Maryland clinched the regular-season ACC title for the first time in 20 years at the end of the regular season. The Terps opened their tournament run against Wake Forest. With a win over the Demon Deacons, Maryland moved on to face defending ACC Tournament champ North Carolina in the ACC Semifinals. Maryland earned an 11-point win, handing the Tar Heels their first loss in 13 ACC tournament games. The Terrapins won their first ACC title since 1989 over Duke in overtime.