The Terps have a chance to reach the number of wins that has historically been a benchmark for bubble teams.
The Terps convincingly won their opening round matchup of the national tournament.
The Terps are on pace to finish 10-10 in conference play, which could grant them their first postseason berth since 2005.
The Terps have knocked off top Big Ten teams in recent years but are still looking to reach their first NCAA tournament under coach Adam Hughes.
The Terps never strung more than three wins together in the program’s worst season since 2009.
The Terps will take on George Mason on Sunday in hopes of keeping their season alive and earning another matchup with the Demon Deacons.
The Terps will take on the winner of No. 1 overall seed Wake Forest and George Mason on Saturday.
The defending national champions dropped their first round matchup to the Black Knights on Saturday.
Terps attacker Libby May will face her former high school teammate Isabella Peterson in Sunday's NCAA tournament game against the Dukes.
The Terps enter the national tournament with five or more losses for just the second time under coach John Tillman.