The Terps clash with Michigan on Friday, seeking to bounce back from their first loss.
The Terps hope playing a difficult non-conference schedule will pay off as the Big Ten slate looms.
The Terps went down in the first six minutes and never found an equalizer, taking their first loss of the season.
The Terps are looking to return to the top of the rankings. That starts with beating the Hoyas.
The Terps trailed at halftime for the first time all season but rallied to beat the Cavaliers.
The Terps battled back from a deficit at halftime, knocking off the Cavaliers at Audi Field.
Goals from Joshua Bolma and Chris Rindov kept the Terps' perfect record in tact.
With capacity restrictions lifted, the Terps have enjoyed an advantage as fans pack campus venues.
The Terps beat then-No. 18 Charlotte and UMBC to climb the rankings.
The Terps scored three first-half goals and held off a late charge from the Retrievers to remain undefeated.