An untimely collapse cost the Terps their first Big Ten victory of the season and lost them two points in the conference standings.
The Terps committed 17 fouls in away games at Nebraska and Iowa.
The Terps conceded twice in the second half and squandered an opportunity for their first Big Ten win of the season.
The Terps haven't scored since Sep. 10, gave up 16 shots to the Hawkeyes and mustered just two of their own.
The Terps freshman has started all ten games he’s played and logged the third-most minutes on the team.
The Terps were held scoreless for the seventh consecutive game.
Nemzer joined the Terps after over a decade with the Scarlet Knights as a player and coach and hopes her new team replicates the success of her previous one.
The Terps scored more than two goals for the first time this season in their goal fest against the Wildcats.
The pair of seniors were instrumental in the Terps win Saturday.
In another indicator of progress, the Terps' opportunities against Rutgers were more dangerous and came closer to finding the back of the net.