The Terps rebounded from a loss to DePaul on Friday with a win over the Tigers.
The Terps dropped their second game of the season to fall to 4-2.
The Terps won their first matchup over a ranked opponent this year by defeating the No. 17 Bears.
The Terps committed a season-high 21 giveaways, but held a healthy advantage over the Wildcats throughout the second half.
The shorthanded Terps shot just 30.3 percent from the field in the loss.
Miller left the game in the second quarter with a right knee injury and was ruled out for “precautionary reasons.”
The Terps outscored their two Division II opponents 207-85 in their two exhibition games.
The pair of transfers will make up half of the Terps' four co-captains ahead of their 2022-2023 season.
The Terps will have to readjust after the departures of three of their tallest players from last year's squad.
With last season’s injuries and her teammates’ transfers in rearview, Miller steps into this season as the Terps’ standard-bearer.