The Terps established new celebrations for home runs and extra-base hits that have gotten plenty of use over the last two seasons.
Nigel Belgrave pitched two scoreless innings on Sunday morning to cap off a narrow rain-delayed victory for the Terps.
The Terps’ allowed 10 or more runs for the 11th time this year.
The Terps added four pitchers that looked like they would help a steady group of returning arms but the staff has struggled so far this season.
The Terps clinched their third consecutive Big Ten series victory with the win.
The Terps have rebounded from a 4-7 start against some of the conference's elite.
Dean's 105 pitches were the most he's thrown all season for the Terps.
The Terps won behind Lorusso’s seventh-inning home run and Jason Savacool’s 118-pitch outing.
Pitching coach Mike Morrison mans the new system for the Terps.
The Terps used their power to take down the Hawkeyes in their Big Ten opener.