The Terps showed improvement across the board despite the loss to UConn.
The Terps' dazzling season ended in College Park against the Huskies after falling behind by five runs early.
The Terps will take on the Huskies again on Monday with a spot in the super regionals on the line.
The Terps came back from a 5-2 deficit by scoring seven runs across the eighth and ninth innings.
The Terps surrendered an early lead, but erased a deficit in extra innings to advance with a win in the Big Ten tournament.
Alleyne became the first Terp in program history to hit 20 homers and steal 20 bases in the same season.
Shaw tied school records for home runs and RBIs in a game as the Terps trounced the Wolverines.
The Terps blew a seven-run lead but scored in the bottom of the eighth inning to earn the victory.
The Terps hit five homers and used a strong start from Nick Dean to clinch the series victory over the Scarlet Knights.
The pitcher notched the second-ever perfect game in the Terps’ history.