The Terps have rebounded from a 4-7 start against some of the conference's elite.
Dean's 105 pitches were the most he's thrown all season for the Terps.
The Terps won behind Lorusso’s seventh-inning home run and Jason Savacool’s 118-pitch outing.
Pitching coach Mike Morrison mans the new system for the Terps.
The Terps used their power to take down the Hawkeyes in their Big Ten opener.
“He's the face of our pitching staff moving forward after this year,” coach Rob Vaughn said. “That’s the guy that’s gonna be pitching on Fridays.”
The Terps slugged seven doubles and four home runs in the win.
The Terps left nine men on base and Nick Dean struggled in just 4.1 innings of work.
After watching last year's game film, Vaughn made slight adjustments to the Terps' lineup.
The two pitchers totaled 11 strikeouts with no walks as the Terps cruised to their first series sweep of the season.