The Terps learned from their first loss to the Red Hawks.
The Terps play No. 4 Tennessee twice.
The Terps extended their losing streak to 13 games.
Maryland finished the weekend 1-3, dropping its overall record to 2-7 on the year.
The Terps tied the game after falling behind early but allowed two runs in the sixth.
The 22-run loss marked the largest margin of defeat for the Terps this season.
It was the program’s first no-hitter since 2013.
The Terps bounce back from a loss to Columbia with extra inning victory.
Terps plan to play an energetic brand of softball.
After scoring two runs in their Indiana series, the Terps are adding new tactics.