Jones and Walker-Kimbrough have earned an overall record of 120-16 (.882), a record of 64-5 at home at the XFINITY Center (.928) and 55-3 (.948) in Big Ten play. They have both played in every game of their careers – 136 straight games, nearing the school record of 144.

Together, Jones and Walker-Kimbrough helped take the Terrapins to back-to-back Final Fours for the first time in school history. They also led them to three straight Big Ten regular season and three Tournament titles.

They’ve racked up countless honors across the nation – Associated Press All-America honors, All-Big Ten First Team recognitions and were named to the Wooden, Wade and Naismith National Player of the Year Watch Lists

Both were also named two of 10 finalists for the Senior CLASS Award, which recognizes NCAA Division I seniors and have notable achievements in four areas of excellence: community, classroom, character and competition.

Brionna Jones is tied for No. 3 on Maryland’s rebounding list with 1,139 career rebounds and No. 8 on scoring list with 1,792 career points.

Jones leads the nation with her field goal percentage of 69.0 percent, which is also a Big Ten record currently. This is the second straight season she has led nation in field goal percentage and her career field goal percentage of 64.7 percent is also a Big Ten record

Jones has 53 career double-doubles and 20 this season, which is second in the country

She has earned a Big Ten weekly award in 10 of 13 weeks this season and also earned ESPNW and Naismith Player of the Week honors.

She has scored in double figures in 27 straight games this season. Jones tied Maryland’s school record of 42 points in Jan. 11 game vs. Penn State and recorded a career-high 20 rebounds vs. Washington State.



Shatori Walker-Kimbrough is No. 5 on Maryland’s scoring list with 2,036 career points. She is No. 2 in Maryland record books with 173 career threes made.

Walker-Kimbrough leads all Big Ten guards with field goal percentage of 53.7 percent.

Her career three-point field goal percentage of 45.5 percent is currently a Maryland record and also a Big Ten record.

Walker-Kimbrough has scored in double figures in 107 of 136 career games, including 62 of 64 games since start of last season. She has scored in double figures in 20 straight games this season.

She was named Big Ten Player of the week twice this season and also earned the Naismith National Player of the Week honor.




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