During her pregame speech to her team, Brenda Frese, discussed about how her Maryland Terrapins (32-2) will win only if and when they break their opponents spirit.
For the Mountaineers (24-11), their spirit was broken right at the end of the second quarter.
West Virginia came out hot to start the game with Tynice Martin leading the team to out score the Terps 16-12 in the first quarter.
The wheels came of the car in the second quarter, as the Terps went on a 23-8 run which was concluded by Maryland’s Destiny Solcum hit a 75-footer as time expired.
And that was all she wrote.
The Mountaineers had no answer for it.
The Terps also did something that no other team has been able to do the last few game, limit Tynice Martin.
She scored 7 in the first quarter, then 3 for the remainder of the game.
Teana Muldrow led WVU with 16 points, Chaina Ray added 14.
Lanay Montgomery grabbed 9 rebounds in her final game as a Mountaineer.
Maryland will move on to play either Duke or Oregon in the Sweet 16 in Bridgeport, Connecticut on Saturday.