The Terps made their first NCAA tournament appearance since 2017 and established what could become the new culture for Maryland baseball.
The Terps' season comes to an end after struggling to overcome rough pitching performances throughout their elimination game.
One more shot. With the ball carrying to the outfield and landing clear, Justin Vought advanced Randy Bednar home in walk-off…
The Terps dominated in both sides of the game as they launched seven homers and Sean Burke put together a strong start.
The Terps struggled to keep the 49ers silent, allowing runs in six straight innings.
"We feel very confident that we can go in there and make some noise in this thing."
The Terps are the No. 3 seed in the Greenville Region and will face Charlotte on Friday.
Despite the senior day loss, the Terps are still in prime position to make the NCAA tournament.
The Terps walked off the Hoosiers in the first game, while Sean Burke took a no-hitter into the seventh inning of game two.
The Terps slot in at No. 25 nationally.