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 face Iowa on Sunday at 2 p.m. for the conference tournament crown.
Matt Shaw hit his 23rd home run of the season as the Terps notched 18 hits.
Elijah Lambros is third on the team in home runs after applying techniques he learned from Matt Swope, the Terps' hitting coach who discovered them in a lab in Switzerland.
The Terps swept the Hoosiers to solidify their top spot in the Big Ten standings with three conference series remaining.
Nigel Belgrave pitched two scoreless innings on Sunday morning to cap off a narrow rain-delayed victory for the Terps.
The Terps could only manage two runs against the Knights' Ruddy Gomez.
The Terps scored six runs in the eighth inning to break their three game losing streak.
The Terps have now four of their last six games.
Savacool struck out nine across seven innings and gave up just two runs.