The Terps' 20-point second half lead dwindled to just two late, but Young lifted Maryland to its fourth straight victory.
The Terps scored their most points in a game since 2011 and made 14 three-pointers in Tuesday's victory.
Julian Reese and Jahmir Young have combined to make up 48 percent of the Terps' scoring so far this season.
The duo combined for 52 of the Terps' points in the victory.
The Terps got out to a slow start away from home, struggled to shoot from deep and fell in their Big Ten opener.
The Terps fell to 1-10 on the road against Big Ten opponents under coach Kevin Willard.
After three straight wins in College Park, the Terps will go on the road to take on 5-1 Indiana on Friday.
The Terps scored 100 points in a game for the first time since January 2021, and the for first time against a Division I opponent since 2018.
The Terps' forward has averaged 11.5 points and seven rebounds on 63.6 percent shooting in their last two wins while tallying three steals and a block.
Donta Scott, Julian Reese, Jordan Geronimo and Jahmir Young each scored at least 14 points in the Terps' win.