Alyssa Thomas becomes Maryland women’s all-time leading scorer

Alyssa Thomas became Maryland women’s all-time leading scorer, hitting a pull-up jumper during the second half of the Maryland-North Carolina ACC tournament quarterfinals.

The three-time ACC Player of the Year entered the game needing 13 points to surpass Crystal Langhorne to be the program’s top scorer. The jumper gave Thomas 14 points. She would finish with a game-high 24 points.

Unfortunately, the Terrapins came up short, losing to the Tar Heels 73-70 in their final ACC game before they move to the Big Ten Conference next season.