The Terps played on Big Ten Network three times this season, tied for the fewest among the conference’s 14 teams.
The Terps claimed their first victory since they defeated No. 16 Minnesota on Oct. 6
The Terps have back-to-back home games against Indiana and Iowa amid their Big Ten slate.
Sunday's final inning against the Hawkeyes showed the the Terps' recent struggles in closing out games.
The Terps used their power to take down the Hawkeyes in their Big Ten opener.
The Terps used a second quarter in which they outscored the Hawkeyes 27-8 to take a commanding lead that they never surrendered.
Caitlin Clark and Monika Czinano combined for 70 points as the Terps dropped their third Big Ten game of the season.
The Terps defeated Iowa on Friday, bringing their home record to 11-0.
The Terps advance to 5-2 in conference play after sweeping the Hawkeyes.