The Terps have conceded just three shots on goal in their first two games of the season.
The Terps couldn't cash in on a host of opportunities in their second game of the season.
The Terps gave the Wildcats their first regular-season loss since 2019.
The Terps hope five new additions up top can replace last year's goalscoring production, a majority of which was lost to players leaving the program.
The Terps’ seventh-ranked recruiting class includes five forwards, two midfielders, three defenders and a goalkeeper.
Joshua Bolma and Hunter George notched goals as the Terps came from behind to defeat the Thundering Herd.
Hunter George and Max Riley grabbed the goals for the Terps as they comfortably defeated the Eagles.
Russell-Rowe left the Terps to pursue professional opportunities in March, initially signing with Columbus Crew 2.
St. Martin became the second Terp to be selected in the 2022 MLS SuperDraft, being picked 50th overall.