The Terps defeated North Dakota earlier on Friday in their home-opener.
The Terps went 2-3 in the Baylor Invitational and scored just two runs in the three losses.
The Terps were no-hit by the Bears after Trinity Schlotterbeck threw Maryland's first perfect game since 2013 earlier on Friday.
The freshman’s second career home run scored the Terps’ only two runs.
The Terps picked up their first win over a top-three opponent since 2017.
A win would’ve given head coach Mark Montgomery’s squad its first 3-0 start since 2008.
The Terps recorded just four hits in the loss to the Spartans.
Spurred by quality plate appearances from Haley Ellefson and Taylor Okada, the Terps shined at home.
Trinity Schlotterbeck's home run and a three-run fifth inning powered the Terps to victory.
After a slow start to the season, the Terps bats are bringing them Big Ten wins.