The Terps have a chance to reach the number of wins that has historically been a benchmark for bubble teams.
Saturday's game against the Hawkeyes was the Terps' fourth sellout at Xfinity Center and first since 2016.
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Clark scored a game-high 38 points to send the Terps to their fourth straight loss.
The Terps have back-to-back home games against Indiana and Iowa amid their Big Ten slate.
The Terps were outlasted by the Hawkeyes despite tying up the game late.
The Terps had three players named to all-conference teams.
The Terps used a second quarter in which they outscored the Hawkeyes 27-8 to take a commanding lead that they never surrendered.
Clark scored 42 as the Terps gave up a season-high 96 points to the Hawkeyes.
Caitlin Clark and Monika Czinano combined for 70 points as the Terps dropped their third Big Ten game of the season.