The 6-foot-3 middle blocker can help the Terps replace Hailey Murray next year.
The midfielder leads the Terps with five goals through two games.
The freshman made eight saves and played the entire game against the Tar Heels.
The right-hander recorded nine strikeouts in seven innings, but the offense faltered.
“The only thing we talk about is winning the league,” coach Mark Turgeon said.
The freshman scored her first career goal against Michigan State.
Newcomer Samantha Drechsel posted 13 kills with one error.
The junior college transfer scored five points and notched three steals.
The Terps lost some close games but finished the weekend 1-4.
The Terps were winless in their final nine games.