The Huskies were unable to complete the late comeback on the road.
The Scarlet Knights' goalkeeper made 12 saves, shutting out the Terps.
Both teams sit in the top 10 nationally as Terps coach Missy Meharg eyes her 600th career win.
The Terps are well prepared for quick turnarounds and overtime games.
The Terps outshot the Dukes 24-3 as they picked up their first home win since Sept. 21.
The star freshman struck with 32 seconds left in overtime, capping the Terps' win over the ranked Cavaliers.
The Terps will play against some familiar opponents in Charlottesville.
The Terps lost two games to ranked opponents and have a slate full of top-25 competition ahead.
Maddy Murphy's fourth-quarter tally prevented the Terps from upsetting the Hawkeyes.
The Terps' only goal of the game came with less than 30 seconds remaining.