From the "in case you missed it" files, Alyssa Thomas became Maryland's all-time leading in a loss to North Carolina, despite not quite getting the outcome she wanted.
SB Nation's Testudo Times has both a summary of her scoring accomplishments in addition to analysis of the unfortunate loss to North Carolina by Todd Carton.
For all of their problems, the Terps had chances to make key plays down the stretch that might have led to them overcoming all the errors. The Terps held Carolina without a field goal for the last 4:52 of the game...The final missed chance came when DeVaughn rebounded Walker-Kimbrough's miss muscling it away from a Tar Heel defender. The Terps called timeout and got the ball into Thomas' hands but the senior dribbled into trouble and turned the ball over as the defense collapsed around her.
So, on the night when she became Maryland women's basketball's all time leading scorer, Thomas will have to take solace in the fact that her career isn't quite over.
This really isn't going to hurt Maryland much in terms of tournament seeding, but it did put a damper on Thomas' accomplishment.
Thankfully, we'll have at least one more chance to see her this season in the 2014 NCAA Tournament.
For more on the game, check out our recap and photo gallery by J.P. Mundy. For more on the tournament in general, check out our 2014 ACC women's basketball tournament storystream.