The Terps’ youth was on full display during Saturday's in-state rivalry matchup — for better and worse.
The Terps failed to capture a share of the regular season Big Ten title and lost to the Blue Jays for the first time since 2019.
The Terps can clinch the Big Ten regular season with a win over Johns Hopkins.
The Terps' complete win over Rutgers comes after inconsistent play in recent games.
Eight of the Terps' 11 goals were assisted in the win.
The second unit of Eric Spanos, Zach Whittier, Ryan Siracusa and Owen Murphy combined for six goals in the Terps' win over Ohio State.
The Terps finished their win over Ohio State with a 31.6 shot percentage.
Braden Erksa's first goal of the game helped the Terps avoid a second straight Big Ten loss.
The Terps struggled to piece runs together in the second half against the Wolverines.
The Terps allowed five straight goals in the loss.