The senior’s home run on March 13 was his first since midway through his senior year of high school.
The Nittany Lions proved they're just as good as their track record suggests.
The goalkeeper pitched a shutout in the Terps' win over the No. 2 Hawkeyes on Friday.
The Terps rallied from two sets down to get themselves to a fifth set against the Wildcats.
Bernhardt became the Terps' all-time goals leader on Saturday.
The Terps combined for 11 runs in the fifth and sixth innings.
Dean and Smith inched themselves up the program record books with their performances.
Nelson drove in three runs to lead the way for the Wildcats.
Anthe Nijziel's third-quarter goal started the scoring for the Hawkeyes.