The new coach has brought in 12 new Terps after former coach Rob Vaughn departed for Alabama and multiple players transferred or were drafted.
Shaw becomes the earliest drafted Terp in program history.
Swope spent four years as a player for the Terps and has been an assistant with the program for 11 years.
The Terps' lack of pitching depth showed again as the Terps gave up 32 runs in back-to-back losses that ended their season.
The Terps will take on the winner of No. 1 overall seed Wake Forest and George Mason on Saturday.
“He’s probably, when it’s all said and done, going to be the best player to ever walk through here,” coach Rob Vaughn said.
The Terps will face Iowa on Sunday at 2 p.m. for the conference tournament crown.
Rob Vaughn was named the conference’s coach of the year for the second straight season.
The Terps clinched the Big Ten regular season title in the last series of the regular season.
Matt Shaw hit his 23rd home run of the season as the Terps notched 18 hits.