The Terps are among the nation's best in hitting home runs, walking and avoiding strikeouts.
The Terps' dazzling season ended in College Park against the Huskies after falling behind by five runs early.
Robinson's stellar start alongside Ramsey's late surge furthered the Terps' historic season despite a late bullpen breakdown.
The Terps came back from a 5-2 deficit by scoring seven runs across the eighth and ninth innings.
The Terps fell behind early and will face elimination on Sunday.
The Terps will now shift their attention to the NCAA tournament.
The Terps will play Indiana Saturday as they hope to recapture their regular season momentum.
"We do this for these kids. That’s why we have a job, and there are seniors that are losing games because people don’t want to hurt resumes."
While other programs around the country canceled midweek games, the Terps easily defeated the Dukes.
Five different players hit home runs as the Terps swept the Wolverines.