The Terps, who host Purdue Thursday, are 2-0-1 at Ludwig Field this season.
The Terps have won three straight games ahead of Friday's test against No. 6 Penn State.
The Terps held an opponent without a shot for the first time since 2014 and logged their most shots in a game since 2015 in the dominant victory.
The Terps remain winless, but scored their first three goals of the season to draw the Midshipmen.
The Terps failed to find the back of the net in their first two games of the season.
The Terps notched back-to-back conference wins to end the year, but still didn't qualify for the Big Ten tournament.
The Terps were already eliminated from Big Ten tournament qualification, but claimed their second conference win of the season over the Hoosiers.
Stahl's notched three goals in two assists in the Terps' first five games.
The Terps’ win has given the program confidence moving forward.
The Terps defense allowed just three shots and no corners throughout the match.