The Terps scored 24 goals against the Great Danes, their highest total since 1995.
The Terps very dominant throughout, but rode an 18-goal opening half for the win.
The Terps had their worst shooting performance of the season in their last game against No. 7 Notre Dame.
Keeper Logan McNaney and the Terps' backline helped give them another top-10 win.
The Terps held the Fighting Irish scoreless for just under seven minutes at the end of the game to earn a close victory.
The Terps have held three straight top-20 opponents to ten goals or less as they continue their undefeated start.
The transfer Donville is already contributing on the scoreboard for the Terps.
After scoring four goals against the Tigers, Logan Wisnauskas is in second place for most career points in Maryland lacrosse history.
The Terps are off to an undefeated start with back-to-back wins over ranked opponents, but still aren't satisfied with their turnovers and dry spells.
The Terps put together a strong final quarter after losing most of their lead at the end of the third quarter.