Many of the players have NCAA tournament experience. And they think the Terps can win it all.
The Terps last went to the Final Four in 2018. After a close game with the Orange, many of them will return for the program's 20th appearance.
"There’s no question — they love the game," coach Missy Meharg said.
The Terps and River Hawks will not make up their game after a storm paused the match late in the first quarter.
The Terps held two exhibition matches over the weekend, playing their annual Red-White scrimmage and hosting local club team, DC Dragons.
The Terps snapped a three-game losing streak and entered the Big Ten tournament on a high note.
The goal lifted the Terps to a weekend sweep of the Scarlet Knights.
The Terps tallied 13 shots but were shutout Sunday.
Freshmen Maura Verleg and Anna Castaldo scored their first career goals Friday evening.
Missy Meharg's squad will welcome two top-10 players as part of the class.