The Terps' 19 runs are the most they've scored in a conference game since joining the Big Ten.
The shortstop slugged five home runs in the weekend series against Rutgers.
The Terps didn't look back after scoring three runs in the first inning.
The Scarlet Knights combined for 17 runs and 21 hits across Saturday's doubleheader.
The Terps fought their way out of a 3-0 hole.
Savacool is the first Terp to receive the honor since Maxwell Costes in 2019.
Savacool earned a complete game victory against the Spartans on Sunday, allowing just one earned run.
The Spartans rallied from four runs down in the second game to secure a series victory.
The Terps mustered just five hits on the evening.
Sean Burke, the preseason Big Ten Pitcher of the Year, headlines the Terps' impressive rotation.