Goalkeeper Liz Beardsley made nine saves, but the Terps lost comfortably in their first Big Ten test of the season.
The Terps improved to 8-2 in their first game of the Hilton Garden Inn FGCU Classic.
The drill was implemented by Terps assistant coach Ryan Ammerman, who said it's the best way to simulate the stress of a match in practice.
Coffin said this year's cross country and track and field squads are the best she's seen in her five seasons with the Terps.
The Terps have won three straight games ahead of Friday's test against No. 6 Penn State.
Blueprint Sports, which also operates similar NIL organizations at Penn State, Florida State Arizona and Tennessee, will operate the collective.
The Terps started their defense of the regular season Big Ten championship with one point instead of three.
The Tigers scored the game-winner with 28 seconds left.
Local recruits Malik Washington and Jaylen Harvey will be in attendance during Friday's marquee matchup, along with others.
The pair of freshmen are already making an impact for the Terps with four combined goals.