The number sounded ridiculous when Brenda Frese was hired to take over the Maryland women’s basketball program as a wide-eyed 31-year-old. Really, 499 wins? Nineteen years later, Frese reached that milestone, matching Chris Weller, who was at the helm for 27 seasons, as the winningest coach in Maryland history. Read More
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