The Terps went winless in conference play for the first time since joining the Big Ten and look set to end their 22-year streak of consecutive NCAA tournaments.
The Terps finished the regular season below the .500 mark for the first time since 1993.
The Terps defeated the Midshipmen, but results elsewhere eliminated them from Big Ten tournament contention — likely ending a run of 22-straight NCAA tourney appearances.
Kimani Stewart-Baynes and Stefan Copetti are two of the most recent players to join the Terps after playing youth club soccer for Vaughan SC in Canada.
An untimely collapse cost the Terps their first Big Ten victory of the season and lost them two points in the conference standings.
The Terps conceded twice in the second half and squandered an opportunity for their first Big Ten win of the season.
The Terps scored more than two goals for the first time this season in their goal fest against the Wildcats.
The Terps have missed four penalty kicks in nine games this season.
The Terps have taken just one point from their first five Big Ten games and couldn't overcome an early two-goal deficit in their loss to the Scarlet Knights.
The Terps are on a five-game winless streak; their last victory came on Aug. 27.