Harvard-Maryland: Clawing and Clinging

By Jessica Garrison - March 18, 2007


I expected to be able to tell you that Kristi Toliver's three-pointer at the 13-minute mark broke the game open for the Terrapins, but Harvard isn't going quietly anywhere. They made Crystal Langhorne work for the next field goal, and they're playing tenacious D. If I'm Brenda Frese, I'm about to give my team an earful about boxing out and dominating the boards, because Maryland's strength could easily become its weakness.

The little Ivy team that could just sank a three to make it 20-12 with 9 minutes left in the first half.

Posted by Jessica Garrison at 03:13 PM on March 18, 2007
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