Despite the Terps' 20-12 win over the Wolverines, coach John Tillman wants his team to clean up some of their mistakes.
The Terps are the only team without a blemish on their record heading into a bout with the Michigan Wolverines.
The Terps scored 65 goals in their last three games combined, the most since 1956.
The Terps scored 13 unanswered goals to pull ahead of the Nittany Lions.
The Terps exacted revenge on the Cavaliers in lopsided fashion to remain unbeaten on the season.
The Terps and Cavaliers will clash at Audi Field in Washington, D.C., for the top spot in the nation.
The Terps very dominant throughout, but rode an 18-goal opening half for the win.
The Terps had their worst shooting performance of the season in their last game against No. 7 Notre Dame.
Keeper Logan McNaney and the Terps' backline helped give them another top-10 win.
The Terps have held three straight top-20 opponents to ten goals or less as they continue their undefeated start.