The Terps have already won more home games in 2017 than they did all of last season.
Seniors Jarena Harmon and Rachel Egyed powered the victory.
Maryland’s scoreless streak reached 551 minutes.
Maryland hasn’t scored in nearly 300 minutes.
The Terps dropped their fifth straight Big Ten contest.
The Terps responded to coach Ray Leone’s upset but couldn’t pull out the win.
Chelsea Jackson, who recorded the Terps’ lone goal, provided an early bright spot.
The Terps allowed two goals in the opening nine minutes.
Jarena Harmon and Chelsea Jackson left the game in the first half.
Freshmen Mikayla Dayes and Hope Lewandoski scored for the Terps.