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Women's Basketball Schedule Released

Maryland has released its women's basketball schedule for the 2009-10 season.

Nov. 4 Bowie State
Nov. 10 Catholic
Nov. 14 North Carolina Central
Nov. 16 New Hampshire
Nov. 19 Old Dominion
Nov. 22 at Mississippi State
Nov. 24 Samford
Nov. 27 Howard
Nov. 29 Drexel
Dec. 3 Minnesota*
Dec. 6 Loyola (Md.)
Dec. 10 at Towson
Dec. 20 at American
Dec. 27 Stony Brook**
Dec. 29 UNC Wilmington**
Jan. 3 Saint Joseph’s
Jan. 7 at N.C. State
Jan. 11 at Virginia
Jan. 14 Boston College
Jan. 17 at North Carolina
Jan. 21 Miami
Jan. 24 Duke
Jan. 28 at Virginia Tech
Jan. 31 at Longwood
Feb. 5 Georgia Tech
Feb. 8 Virginia
Feb. 11 at Wake Forest
Feb. 14 Clemson
Feb. 21 at Duke
Feb. 25 at Boston College
Feb. 28 Florida State
March 4-7 ACC tournament (Greensboro, N.C.)
*ACC-Big Ten Challenge
**Terrapin Classic

By Matt Bonesteel  |  August 28, 2009; 3:38 PM ET
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The way I see it, 17 cupcakes followed by the ACC schedule. Let's see how Carolina and Duke fare this year, but I think UVA is primed for a breakout.

FSU will be good (I expect) but we get them at home. Didn't see much heavy recruiting news from Tech. Not a strong out-of-conference schedule, but I'd think the ACC power rating would make up for it.

Go Terps!

Posted by: info_stuporhighway | August 28, 2009 11:17 PM | Report abuse

Just like with the men's schedule, there's not a lot of tough non-conference games to challenge the Terps. ODU may be competitive, but other than that...

A key game could be Jan. 17 at Chapel Hill. This will be the only meeting against the Tar Heels this season, excluding a chance to meet them in the tournament. I'd like to see how well the Terps match up with a quality opponent outside the friendly confines of Comcast.

Posted by: ecglotfelty | August 29, 2009 11:51 AM | Report abuse

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