Davis is the Terps’ highest-drafted player in five years.
In her first season at the helm of the program, coach Julie Wright has worked to create a positive culture for the Terps’ future despite the team’s current struggles on the field.
The Terps hope the junior’s power throws off pitchers
Audrey Barber led the Terps, especially on beam
Nick Dunn hit two homers.
Two players from Maryland’s Sweet 16 run will be back in town to support the Terps.
The sophomore had a pair of caused turnovers and ground balls.
“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.