The Terps started slow and finished slower against the Boilermakers.
She hit her first home run since 2016.
“We played as a team on the defensive end, and that’s probably the first game that we’ve been able to do that,” defender Morgan Torggler said.
“If I get going,” Wiley said, “we’re a better team overall.”
Maryland can avoid a winless conference slate against No. 21 Minnesota.
Right-hander Mike Shawaryn tries to pick off a runner at first in Maryland’s 5-4 win over Ohio State at Bob “Turtle” Smith Stadium…
“That’ll get you a lot of money!”
Charles finished with 25 points and 16 rebounds.
Lembo also served as the special teams coordinator.
The Terps hope to boost their NCAA tournament resume in West Lafayette.