2011 Women's NCAA Tournament Bracket: Maryland Receives No. 4 Seed, Will Play St. Francis Sunday

The Maryland Terrapins received a No. 4 seed in the 2011 Women's NCAA Tournament and will face the No. 13 St. Francis (PA) Red Flash Sunday in the first round of the Philadelphia Region. The Terps won't have to pack at all since their first round game is at home in College Park, Maryland. The game will be televised on ESPN2 at 12:20 p.m..

The Terps ended their regular season on a low note with an opening round loss to the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets in the ACC Tournament. These Terps, in contrast to their male counterparts, beat Duke this season and have a 23-7 overall record to boast as well.

St. Francis, located in Loretto, Pennsylvania, won the Northeast Tournament and are in the tournament for the 11th time in 15 years. Brittany Lilley had a double-double of 19 points and 10 assists in the championship game win.

If both Maryland and Georgetown advance, it will set up a local matchup between the Terps and the Hoyas.

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