The Terps failed to get a conference win for the second consecutive season, leading to the announcement they will search for a new coach for the 2022 season.
The Terps hope to replicate the success they've had in the past two seasons against one of the strongest teams the Big Ten has had to offer.
The Terps are still searching for their first Big Ten win in almost two years.
The graduate student has been a dynamic player for the Terps, tying for the lead in points this season despite only playing four games.
The Terps are hoping to put together more complete performances as they look for their first conference win since 2019.
The Terps are currently on a six-game winless streak with matches against Illinois and Iowa set for the weekend.
The Terps had the lead in the final minute, before a goal from the Wildcats' Francesca Docters forced the game to overtime.
Cappelletti, the Hawks' goalkeeper, registered 11 saves as the Terps couldn't break through.
“Our mindset’s just been different … I think we're building a really great chemistry up top," midfielder Hope Lewandoski said.
Catherine DeRosa's 74th-minute penalty lifted the Terps to their third straight win.