The Terps were rocked for 39 runs over two games to close the series.
The Terps just beat then-No. 1 Penn State. Up next: another top-5 tilt.
The Terps set the tone with five goals in the first five minutes.
A seven-meet 195.0 streak made the Terps believe they have “something” for the future.
“Maybe if they had started it earlier, it would’ve been a different game,” Skylar Mays said. “Glad they didn’t.”
The Terps will finish their season against five teams ranked in the top-13.
Grace Griffin had four goals and an assist, and Brindi Griffin had one score and five assists.
The Gators received nine yellow cards, and the Terps scored on seven of those player advantages.
The Terps led 12-0 by halftime.
“We need to win the little ones,” coach Cathy Reese said.