The Terps defeated North Dakota earlier on Friday in their home-opener.
A win would’ve given head coach Mark Montgomery’s squad its first 3-0 start since 2008.
The Terps gave up 12 runs in the first three innings.
The Terps gave up a plethora of runs in the second inning, effectively putting the game out of reach early.
Much like their first split doubleheader, the Terps lost a close first game only to come out swinging in the next one.
The Terps fell to 2-4 after two big losses to the Flames and the Hatters.