The Terps showed improvement across the board despite the loss to UConn.
The Terps will take on the Huskies again on Monday with a spot in the super regionals on the line.
The sophomore kept the Terps in the game, but the Huskies lit up Maryland’s bullpen en route to a victory.
The Terps had 20 hits and were powered by an 11-strikeout performance by starting pitcher Ryan Ramsey.
The Terps surrendered an early lead, but erased a deficit in extra innings to advance with a win in the Big Ten tournament.
The Terps set a program record for single-season awards and have the most in the Big Ten.
The Terps won their 44th victory of the year off multiple-homer performances by Matt Shaw and Chris Alleyne.
Shaw tied school records for home runs and RBIs in a game as the Terps trounced the Wolverines.
The Terps blew a seven-run lead but scored in the bottom of the eighth inning to earn the victory.
The Terps hit five homers and used a strong start from Nick Dean to clinch the series victory over the Scarlet Knights.