Goals from Loren Sefcik and Mikayla Dayes completed a crucial second-half comeback.
It was Bergmann's second goal in as many games.
The left back was impressive in Minnesota United's loss.
It was Bergmann's parents' first visit to see their son play.
Loren Sefcik got the Terps on the board in the 64th minute, and Dayes sealed the win with a late tally.
All three of the Terps' goals came in a 14-minute span in the first half.
The Terps played the Hoosiers three times in 2018.
Only four of the Terps' attempts were on target.
The Terps have held firm throughout the season despite injuries and lineup changes.
“Our spacing defensively was not right."