The Terps failed to score for their sixth consecutive match and remain rooted to the bottom of the Big Ten standings.
The Terps have earned just one point and have failed to score in their first five Big Ten matches.
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The Terps' scoring struggles continued against the No. 22 Wolverines.
The Terps surrendered three goals in the game's first 20 minutes.
Four-star Matthew Hodge, who listed the Terps among his six finalists, announces his decision Friday.
The Terps have been shut out in each of their first three conference matchups and earned just one point in Big Ten play.
Coach Meghan Ryan Nemzer tweaked her lineup ahead of the Terps' last game.
The Terps lost their first game at home this season after Christin Baumbick's late tally.
The Terps kept their third consecutive clean sheet at home, but had to settle for a point after failing to capitalize on their chances.