The Terps posted their lowest overall score since 2017 but came back from an early deficit to beat Pittsburgh and Long Island.
The Terps tallied a 195.075 team score, their fourth-lowest score of the season.
Audrey Barber's 9.90 performance on beam secured the victory for the Terps.
"We just have to be cleaner, stick more landings, hit more handstands than our opponents.”
“They’re already amazing this year … and I’m excited to get to watch them.”
Maryland will be facing off with Eastern Michigan in the first round of the tournament April 1.
The Terps posted their fourth-highest team score of the season.
Barber was named to the first team, while McClure received second-team distinction.
The Terps started off well on vault, but failed to keep that momentum going.
The sophomore tore her Achilles tendon during Wednesday's practice.