Despite coming back from an 11-point deficit in the first 20 minutes to tie the game at 33-all at halftime, the Terrapins couldn’t come out on top against No. 10/11 North Carolina Sunday night. Maryland fell 75-64 in Carmichael Coliseum.
Two players scored double-figures for the Terps, senior Lori Bjork and sophomore Kim Rodgers, with 18 and 11 points, respectively. Rodgers made her debut after sitting out the last four games due to a broken hand in the title game of the Terrapin Classic in December. Rodgers hit a season high-tying three treys, including the one to tie the game at halftime, and pulled down a season-high eight rebounds.
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