The Terps posted their fourth-highest team score of the season.
Barber was named to the first team, while McClure received second-team distinction.
The Terps started off well on vault, but failed to keep that momentum going.
The sophomore tore her Achilles tendon during Wednesday's practice.
Burgess and Barber notched back-to-back 9.90s to give the Terps their second 196 of the season against Rutgers.
The Terps posted their second-highest score of the season all while missing Emma Silberman, Elizabeth DeBarberie and Tayler Osterhout.
Emma Silberman is nursing a knee injury, while three other regulars in the rotation did not practice due to COVID-19 contact tracing protocols.
Glauber tied the Terps' uneven bars record with a 9.95.
Junior Sanya Glauber led the way with a 9.95 performance on the uneven bars, a new career-high.
The Terps will square off against Illinois, Minnesota, Nebraska and Ohio State.