The Terps notched back-to-back conference wins to end the year, but still didn't qualify for the Big Ten tournament.
Alyssa Poarch, Malikae Dayes and Mikayla Dayes all played in their final home game at Ludwig Field as Maryland players Sunday.
The Terps couldn't pull out a win in head coach Meghan Ryan Nemzer's return to New Brunswick.
The Terps stumbled to their fourth straight 1-1 draw.
The Terps overcame an early deficit to avoid their first loss of the season.
The Terps failed to get a conference win for the second consecutive season, leading to the announcement they will search for a new coach for the 2022 season.
The Terps were unable to come away with a positive result in their final game of the season, conceding a game winner in overtime.
The Spartans' forward registered a brace, and the Terps dropped yet another Big Ten match.
The Terps broke their four-game losing streak but remained winless in conference play.
The Nittany Lions' midfielder netted her three goals all in the first half, and the Terps had no answer.