"We did our very best to represent our school, our state, our alums with pride because we do love representing them, and it means so much to us."
The Terps' perfect season ended with 17-16 loss to the Cavaliers.
The Terps suffered their fifth loss in the national championship game under coach John Tillman.
The Terps and rival Virginia will square off Monday afternoon.
The No. 3-seed Terps dispatched No. 2-seed Duke in the semifinals on Saturday.
The Terps were dominant all game, holding the Blue Devils to a season-low five goals.
The two connected three times in the final 25 minutes to send the Terps through to the NCAA semifinals against Duke.
DeMaio needed just 39 seconds of overtime to claim a victory for the Terps and set a date with Duke in the semifinals.
Jared Bernhardt led the way, scoring six goals for the Terps, earning a first round victory over the Catamounts.
The Terps are set to face Vermont in the first round of the tournament on May 16.