The Terps will find out their seeding in the NCAA tournament Sunday.
The Hoosiers went on a 20-2 run in the second half that eliminated the Terps at the quarterfinal stage.
The Terps notched their third-worst shooting performance from the field, but used stellar defense to beat the ranked Hoosiers by double digits.
The Terps have notched three consecutive Big Ten victories after suffering their first-ever loss to Nebraska in their conference-opener.
After defeating Indiana 4-0, Maryland tennis is now 4-4 in the Big Ten Conference.
After a much improved three-point shooting performance against Rutgers, the Terps were inconsistent from behind the arc against the Hoosiers.
The Terps struggled without two key veterans in the lineup.
Ryan Blumberg's first career start and goal came at a crucial time for the Terps.
The Terps have to beat both Penn State and Indiana to take sole possession of first in the conference.
After a bitter defeat against Northwestern, a victory against Indiana was exactly what the Terps needed.