Diamond Miller, Katie Benzan and Faith Masonius missed the Terps' last two games, both of which they lost.
After four years at Maryland, Mike Locksley's Terps are bowl eligible.
The Terps have consistently been down at halftime this season and were able to comeback against Richmond two days before falling short to the Cardinals.
The Terps finished the regular season at 19-12, their best performance since joining the Big Ten.
The Terps dropped consecutive games for the first time since the 2017-2018 season, losing both of their tournament games in the Bahamas.
The Terps' offense overwhelmed the Scarlet Knights, sending them to their first bowl game in five years.
The Cardinals out-rebounded the Terps to put the championship trophy out of reach.
The Terps were swept by the Buckeyes for the second time this season and were dealt their third-straight loss at home.
Hart dropped a team-high 24 points in the Thanksgiving showdown.
The Terps struggled to make shots early and the Wolfpack held onto their lead for all but three minutes of the game.