Despite higher overall scores compared to their season opener last week, the Terps couldn't secure a win against the Scarlet Knights.
The Terps posted their lowest overall score since 2017 but came back from an early deficit to beat Pittsburgh and Long Island.
Maryland will be facing off with Eastern Michigan in the first round of the tournament April 1.
The Terps posted their second-highest score of the season all while missing Emma Silberman, Elizabeth DeBarberie and Tayler Osterhout.
Emma Silberman is nursing a knee injury, while three other regulars in the rotation did not practice due to COVID-19 contact tracing protocols.
Glauber tied the Terps' uneven bars record with a 9.95.
Junior Sanya Glauber led the way with a 9.95 performance on the uneven bars, a new career-high.
The Terps will square off against Illinois, Minnesota, Nebraska and Ohio State.
Osterhout scored a career-high 9.875 on the uneven bars at the Penn State Tri.
The Terps notched 49s on each apparatus for the first time this season.