The defending national champions dropped their first round matchup to the Black Knights on Saturday.
The Terps enter the national tournament with five or more losses for just the second time under coach John Tillman.
Faceoff specialist Luke Wierman won just five of his final 15 face-offs.
The No. 4 seed Terps will host a postseason game for the third consecutive season.
The Terps failed to win a Big Ten regular season or tournament title for only the second time since joining the conference.
The Terps will face Michigan in the title game after coming back to beat the Blue Jays.
Luke Wierman secured just 10 of 22 faceoffs in the Terps last bout with the Blue Jays.
Daniel Maltz, Daniel Kelly and Braden Erksa led the Terps past Rutgers and to the conference semifinal.
The Terps will face Johns Hopkins in the semifinals.
Siracusa sparsely played for the first three years of his Maryland career, but has become an important part of the Terps' second-line attack this season.