The Terps struggled to take advantage of early opportunities and paid the price, giving up the game-winner in the final moments of their loss to Long Island in the NCAA tournament.
The Terps failed to convert a penalty in regular time and proceeded to lose the penalty shootout 3-2, falling out of the conference tourney.
The Terps failed to get a conference win for the second consecutive season, leading to the announcement they will search for a new coach for the 2022 season.
After going two consecutive seasons without a conference win, the Terps announced that they will begin the search for a new head coach.
The Terps were unable to come away with a positive result in their final game of the season, conceding a game winner in overtime.
The Terps dispatched the Spartans with two first-half goals despite losing midfielder Malcolm Johnston to an apparent head injury.
The Spartans' forward registered a brace, and the Terps dropped yet another Big Ten match.
The Terps' final two games of the season are against Michigan State and Michigan — two potential tournament contenders.
The two goalkeepers joined the Terps over the offseason and have since made a big impact as a tandem in net this year.
Despite being eliminated from Big Ten tournament contention, coach Ray Leone is proud of the Terps' defensive performance against Indiana.