The Terps are 5-0 after a nail-biting match against Temple at the Cherry and White Challenge.
Goals from Joshua Bolma and Chris Rindov kept the Terps' perfect record in tact.
The Terps dropped their first game of the season.
With capacity restrictions lifted, the Terps have enjoyed an advantage as fans pack campus venues.
The Terps are "hungry and humble" as they look to extend their undefeated record.
Going into his third season as head coach, Locksley wants to see his team move forward as his program grows.
The Terps will meet former conference rivals in Duke and Boston College over the weekend.
The Terps' attack returned to form, knocking three goals past the Colonials at Ludwig Field.
Two goalkeepers are battling for a spot in the starting 11.
“Our mindset’s just been different … I think we're building a really great chemistry up top," midfielder Hope Lewandoski said.