INDIANAPOLIS – Seventh-ranked Maryland's scoring depth and impressive skill were once again on display in a 104-84 rout of Iowa to claim a second consecutive Big Ten Tournament championship on Saturday.
There's a reason coach Brenda Frese's Terrapins (24-2) have reached this title game in each of the seven seasons since Maryland joined the conference, and won six of seven regular-season titles.
The nation's No. 1 offense comes at an opponent fast and is relentless. The Terps have won 13 in a row, all by double digits, to earn consideration for a No.