The Terps finished Big Ten action with a 1-8 record.
“We need a lot more heart out of some guys on this team,” 133-pounder Billy Rappo said.
The Terps might experiment with lineups in the three-outing slate.
The heavyweight earned All-American status for the second-straight year.
“We substitute three or four dual matches and now have guys getting four, five, even 10 matches,” coach Kerry McCoy said.
Having more fun helped the 141-pounder come out on top.
The Terps will play the Scarlet Knights in the “Big Ten Battle in the Bronx” on Nov. 4, 2017.
The Terps aren’t afraid to confront their fears.