ANNAPOLIS, Md-- Head coach Brenda Frese and her lady Terps posted a 34-3 record, and a perfect 18-0 and Big Ten championship, in their first season in the league. Frese led her Terps all the way to the Final Four before losing to Connecticut. Frese has a 374-107 record, three trips to the Final Four and a national championship on her resume. At the Maryland Pride Tour in Annapolis, she talked about this past season and Lexi Brown's decision to transfer.
Maryland Pride Tour: Brenda Frese
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