After dropping their first game at the Chanticleer Showdown, the Terps won four straight and sit at 8-5 on the season.
The Terps won both legs of a doubleheader for the first time on the season, and now sit at 7-6 early in their spring campaign.
The Terps lost to the Chippewas, 5-4, but they beat the Hawks handily, 14-2.
The Terps have been using their speed to make up for a lack of power at the plate.
The Terps showed one of coach Mark Montgomery's core values in their two gritty wins last weekend.
Ligouri hit an RBI-single in the seventh inning to end a rough weekend on a positive note.
Much like their first split doubleheader, the Terps lost a close first game only to come out swinging in the next one.
The Terps fell to 2-4 after two big losses to the Flames and the Hatters.
After the FIU Tournament, the Terps are headed back to Florida looking to improve on last weekend's showing.