The Terps couldn't overcome a two-goal deficit and hit two crossbars on potential game-tying shots late in the match.
Coach Sasho Cirovski's tweaks in the midfield paid dividends against the Hoosiers and Wildcats.
Colin Griffith’s goal helped the Terps overcome two missed penalty kicks.
The Terps' regular season title is their first since 2016.
The Terps look to claim the regular season conference title for the first time since 2016.
The Terps scored three goals in the first half in the win.
Freshman Ava Morales scored two goals, including the game-winner.
The Spartans failed to register a shot against the Terps.
The Terps were already eliminated from Big Ten tournament qualification, but claimed their second conference win of the season over the Hoosiers.
Alyssa Poarch, Malikae Dayes and Mikayla Dayes all played in their final home game at Ludwig Field as Maryland players Sunday.