Libby May, Eloise Clevenger and Hannah Leubecker all scored hat tricks in the Terps' win over the Tigers.
Coach Cathy Reese envisions the No. 2 Terps running more of a selfless, balanced attack.
The Terps made 11 straight Final Fours before failing short last season, but returning players powered them to another national semifinal appearance in 2022.
The Eagles ended the game on a 4-0 run to end the Terps' season.
The Terps easily defeated the Gators to secure their first Final Four appearance since 2019.
The win propels the Terps to an NCAA tournament quarterfinal matchup against Florida.
The Terps took home three major Big Ten awards following their conference regular season and tournament titles.
A 12-0 run boosted the Terps past the Scarlet Knights and to their fourth Big Ten tournament championship.
The Terps advanced to the final as Aurora Cordingley recorder her 100th point of the year, the first Maryland player to do so since 2015.