The Terps could only manage two runs against the Knights' Ruddy Gomez.
The Terps left nine men on base and Nick Dean struggled in just 4.1 innings of work.
Nick Dean combined with the Terps' bullpen to do just enough to capture their first series victory in almost a month.
The Terps scored six runs in the eighth inning to break their three game losing streak.
The Terps rallied in the middle of the game to take a one-run lead into the bottom of the ninth, but were defeated by the Commodores.
The Terps gave up seven runs in the third inning to fall into an early hole they couldn't climb out of.
Savacool struck out nine across seven innings and gave up just two runs.
The Terps gave up five runs in the first inning as they suffered their second loss of the season.
Dean dazzled in his season debut, pitching six scoreless innings and striking out eight.
Savacool gave up five earned runs across six innings.