After three straight five-set matches, the Terps took two 3-0 wins Saturday.
It was the Terps' seventh five-setter in 10 matches.
“This will be a step up in competition level across the board.”
Myers leads the team with 56 blocks.
The Terps have been to a fifth set in four of their past six matches.
The Terps fell to George Mason earlier in the day.
The Terps found themselves trailing early in the fourth but mounted a comeback to close out the match.
“We get a lot more practice in rather than just focusing on traveling.”
Freshman Rebekah Rath and first-time starter Chloe Prejean stood out.
The Terps fell to UT-Rio Grande Valley and Houston in their first two matches of the tournament.