Guard Kristen Confroy scored a career-high 17 points as the Terps won their 31st straight game against Big Ten opponents.
The Terps lead the Gophers 17-10 heading into the second half.
The two met at a Duke on Nov. 26, 2014 and the relationship has blossomed since Sulaimon transferred to College Park.
Pines scored his first-ever goal.
Hill is the Terps’ second quarterback to exit a game this season
Pines’ father teaches at this university and his sister is a student.
The midfielder provided a goal, an assist and a key defensive play.
After reviewing 2016 game film, Wild scored twice against Rutgers.
Brent Axe of The Post-Standard in Syracuse showed some love for Maryland.
The Terps moved to 7-0 this season.