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Three takeaways from No. 3 Maryland women’s basketball’s 108-point night against UNC Wilmington

When Emma Chardon hit a second-chance hookshot with 3:25 left in the fourth quarter, No. 3 Maryland women’s basketball’s bench erupted in celebration for the first-year forward.

It would have been easy to check out and coast mentally in a game decided after the first quarter. But that’s not the mentality that Maryland showed on Thursday night in the 108-66 win over UNC Wilmington.

“I thought our effort was there tonight,” head coach Brenda Frese said after the game. “I thought we competed hard for the 40 minutes.”

Five Terps logged double-digit scoring, junior guard Diamond Miller made her season debut and Maryland’s playmaking prowess was on full display at Xfinity Center.