2005–06 Maryland Terrapins women's basketball team

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2005–06 Maryland Terrapins women's basketball
Maryland Terps logo.png
Conference Atlantic Coast Conference
Ranking
Coaches No. 1[1]
AP No. 3[1]
2005–06 record 34–4 (12–2[2] Atlantic Coast)
Head coach Brenda Frese
Assistant coach Jeff Walz
Assistant coach Erica Floyd
Assistant coach Joanna Bernabei
Seasons

The 2005–06 Maryland Terrapins women's basketball team represented the University of Maryland, College Park in the 2005–2006 NCAA Division I basketball season. The Terps were coached by Brenda Frese. The Terps are a member of the Atlantic Coast Conference and won the NCAA championship.

Regular season[edit]

Roster[edit]

Number Name Height Position Class
32 Charmaine Carr 6-1 Guard-Forward Senior
25 Marissa Coleman 6-1 Guard-Forward Freshman
22 Shay Doron 5-9 Guard Junior
24 Kalika France 5-9 Guard Junior
15 Laura Harper 6-4 Forward/Center Sophomore
1 Crystal Langhorne 6-2 Center/Forward Sophomore
11 Christie Marrone 5-6 Guard Sophomore
21 Ashleigh Newman 5-10 Guard Sophomore
44 Aurelie Noirez 6-2 Center Junior
55 Jade Perry 6-1 Forward/Center Sophomore
40 Angel Ross 6-2 Forward/Center Senior
20 Kristi Toliver 5-7 Guard Freshman
2 Sa'De Wiley-Gatewood 5-9 Guard Sophomore

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Season schedule[edit]

Date Location Opponent Terps Points Opp. Points Record
Nov. 18/05 Loudonville, NY Siena 107 66 1-0
Nov. 20/05 College Park, MD Xavier 93 68 2-0
Nov. 24/05 St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands Gonzaga 88 50 3-0
Nov. 25/05 St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands Michigan State 75 61 4-0
Nov. 26/05 St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands Tennessee 75 80 4-1
Dec. 1/05 College Park Appalachian State 118 59 5-1
Dec. 4/05 College Park Mount St. Mary's 102 53 6-1
Dec. 7/05 West Long Branch, NJ Monmouth 88 55 7-1
Dec. 11/05 College Park Arizona 92 67 8-1
Dec. 13/05 College Park Coppin State 69 38 9-1
Dec. 22/05 Fairfax, Virginia George Mason 70 33 10-1
Dec. 29/05 College Park Central Connecticut State 94 57 11-1
Dec. 29/05 College Park Furman 81 86 11-2
Dec. 30/05 College Park Furman 92 58 12-2
Jan. 2/06 College Park Manhattan 82 49 13-2
Jan. 5/06 Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts Boston College 67 64 14-2
Jan. 8/06 College Park Duke 68 86 14-3
Jan. 16/06 College Park Florida State 75 57 15-3
Jan. 20/06 Charlottesville, Virginia Virginia 84 74 16-3
Jan. 23/06 Blacksburg, Virginia Virginia Tech 68 62 17-3
Jan. 26/06 College Park Georgia Tech 79 71 18-3
Jan. 29/06 Winston Salem, North Carolina Wake Forest 79 70 19-3

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Player stats[edit]

Player Games Played Minutes Field Goals Three Pointers Free Throws Rebounds Assists Blocks Steals Points
Crystal Langhorne 38 1089 248 0 158 325 77 14 27 654
Marissa Coleman 37 1155 183 54 90 299 115 52 48 510
Shay Doron 38 1192 160 56 135 143 149 11 67 511
Kristi Toliver 33 952 134 59 57 87 145 7 23 384
Laura Harper 36 799 144 0 125 258 26 70 31 413

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Postseason[edit]

NCAA basketball tournament[edit]

  • Albuquerque Regional
    • Maryland (2) 95, Sacred Heart (15) 54
    • Maryland 81, St. John’s (7) 74
    • Maryland 82, Baylor (3) 63
    • Maryland 75, Utah (5) 65
  • Final Four
    • Maryland 81, North Carolina 70
    • Maryland 78, Duke 75[4][6]

Awards and honors[edit]

Team players drafted into the WNBA[edit]

  • Marissa Coleman was selected second overall in the 2009 WNBA draft.
  • Shay Doron was selected in the second round (16th overall) of the 2007 WNBA draft.
  • Laura Harper was selected in the first round (10th overall) of the 2008 WNBA draft.
  • Crystal Langhorne was selected in the first round (sixth overall) of the 2008 WNBA draft.
  • Kristi Toliver was selected third overall in the 2009 WNBA draft.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "2016 Women's College Basketball Rankings and Polls for Week 2 - ESPN". Sports.espn.go.com. Retrieved 2015-11-22. 
  2. ^ "2014-15 Women's Basketball Information Guide" (PDF). Raycom Sports. 
  3. ^ "2005-2006 Roster". Archived from the original on March 3, 2012. Retrieved May 4, 2016. 
  4. ^ a b "2005-06 Maryland Women's Basketball". Archived from the original on March 16, 2012. 
  5. ^ "teamcume.html - Maryland Terrapins Athletics - University of Maryland Terps Official Athletic Site". www.umterps.com. Retrieved 2016-02-24. 
  6. ^ "Women's Basketball - University of Maryland Terrapins Official Athletic Site". Web.archive.org. 2006-05-13. Archived from the original on May 13, 2006. Retrieved 2015-11-22. 
  7. ^ Morris, Jerod (March 12, 2009). "March Madness History: Mens and Womens Tournament MOPs". Midwest Sports Fan. 

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