The Terps continued their strong defensive play, but couldn't find the game winner in their second consecutive draw.
The Terps' attack returned to form, knocking three goals past the Colonials at Ludwig Field.
The Terps fell to Michigan for the second straight game.
Mose was a competitive dancer who competed all over the world.
Poarch led the Terps with eight goals during the regular season.
The Terps will play the Wolverines again in the Big Ten tournament.
Midfielder Loren Sefcik's first-half goal was all the Terps needed to clinch their first conference tournament in program history.
The Terps have struggled in road games this year.
Seppi also earned the award on Sept. 10.