The Terps finished their win over Ohio State with a 31.6 shot percentage.
Braden Erksa's first goal of the game helped the Terps avoid a second straight Big Ten loss.
The Terps struggled to piece runs together in the second half against the Wolverines.
The Terps allowed five straight goals in the loss.
The loss snapped the Terps' 20-game Big Ten win streak.
The Terps are still searching for consistency entering the last month of the regular season.
The Terps held the Nittany Lions scoreless for more than 26 minutes in the second half.
The Terps allowed just two goals in the second half to win its first conference game of the season.
Daniel Kelly scored the game-winner to hand the Cavaliers their first loss of the season.
The Terps beat the Cavaliers in the NCAA tournament quarterfinals last season.