The Terps made their first NCAA tournament appearance since 2017 and established what could become the new culture for Maryland baseball.
The Terps dominated in both sides of the game as they launched seven homers and Sean Burke put together a strong start.
The Terps walked off the Hoosiers in the first game, while Sean Burke took a no-hitter into the seventh inning of game two.
The Terps now sit tied for second place in the Big Ten.
Vought clubbed three home runs in the second game of the twin bill as the Terps won the series.
The surging Terps earned a series sweep against the bottom-of-the-conference Golden Gophers.
The Golden Gophers walked four batters to send the Terps to their fifth straight win.
Strong performances from Nick Dean and Logan Ott pushed the Terps to victories over Iowa and Northwestern.
The Terps top the conference in hit-by-pitches and rank near the top of the entire country.
"If we continue to attack the game the way we have these last three games, I feel like the chips are gonna fall our way more often than not."