Coleman, Toliver leave disappointed
But seniors will be remembered for bringing back winning tradition, '06 title
RALEIGH, N.C. -- When Marissa Coleman and Kristi Toliver came to Maryland, the Terps were on their way to putting the pieces back together for a program that had once been near the top of the women's hoops world.
And, certainly, had been firmly at the top of the ACC. Maryland was the dominant program in the league when it started sponsoring women's basketball in the 1970s. The year Toliver and Coleman turned 2 years old, 1989, Maryland made its second trip to the women's Final Four.