“Historically, they’re a great defensive team, so we need to keep swinging when that stuff happens.”
After pushing the Nittany Lions to five sets in the teams' first meeting, the Terps were handled Saturday night.
Despite having no Big Ten wins, the Wildcats took the Terps to five sets.
The Wildcats entered the game without a Big Ten win but took the Terps the distance.
While the Wildcats are 0-8 in Big Ten play, the Terps aren't underestimating them.
The Terps' struggles with service errors resurfaced Saturday.
After keeping the first set close at times, the Terps struggled to match up with the Cornhuskers.
Myers had a season-high 21 kills against the Hoosiers.
The Terps lost sets one and two before rattling off three straight frames.
“To me, it’s not me against Steve," Adam Hughes said, "it’s Indiana against Maryland."