The score says Duke won. But Maryland still had plenty to feel good about after its 68-65 loss Monday.
Once upon a time, before North Carolina, Maryland and Duke took over the top of the ACC, Virginia was a Final Four regular. Junior Monica Wright hopes to help the Cavs return to the upper echelon.
As a freshman, Marissa Coleman helped Maryland capture a national title. But two NCAA tournament disappointments later, Coleman's college career has come down to one more chance to add another championship.
From the ACC to the SEC, we identify the favorites, contenders and story lines to watch as the 2007-08 season tips off.
The play of Maryland junior Crystal Langhorne might be the biggest deciding factor when the Terps host Duke on Saturday in an ACC clash and rematch of last season's NCAA title game.
For 17 years, Kristi Toliver trained to make the big shot when it mattered most. Nine months ago, she lived out her dream.
Score-first guards Ivory Latta of UNC and Kristi Toliver of Maryland must look to give up the ball Sunday, especially when it comes to getting their star posts involved.
Talent-wise, this might be North Carolina's best team, even better than the Tar Heels' '94 NCAA title squad.
Forget Duke losing or UNC's run to the final. The poise of Maryland's underclassmen is the story of the ACC tournament.
Villanova's Liad Suez-Karni and Shay Doron of Maryland are changing the way the hoops world looks at Israel.
Beth Mowins expects Duke and North Carolina to dominate the ACC. But don't overlook Maryland or NC State.