The Terps secured a losing record in Big Ten play with Friday's defeat.
The Terps will play just 20 home games this season, down from 27 last season, in a schedule that includes Boston College, Washington and West Virginia in the nonconference.
The Terps finished tenth at the Big Ten championships, tying their best-ever finish since joining the conference.
Selma Cadar and Mary Brumfield will compete for the Terps in the Intercollegiate Tennis Association’s Fall National Championships.
“We have a lot of young guys in the lineup and they're gaining experience. We're probably one of the youngest in golf right now,” John Phillips said.
Cadar leans on poetry and literature to express herself off the court.
The Terps played two exhibition games against Virginia on Sunday in their first of three fall scrimmages.
Valmon won gold at the 1992 Olympics and has coached the Terps since 2003.
Coffin said this year's cross country and track and field squads are the best she's seen in her five seasons with the Terps.
The Czech native's continuous improvement has made her one of college golf's best.