The Terps slugged seven doubles and four home runs in the win.
The Terps left nine men on base and Nick Dean struggled in just 4.1 innings of work.
The two pitchers totaled 11 strikeouts with no walks as the Terps cruised to their first series sweep of the season.
Nick Dean combined with the Terps' bullpen to do just enough to capture their first series victory in almost a month.
The Terps' relievers have collectively pitched to a 7.66 ERA so far this year.
The Terps rallied in the middle of the game to take a one-run lead into the bottom of the ninth, but were defeated by the Commodores.
Dean dazzled in his season debut, pitching six scoreless innings and striking out eight.
The Terps are coming off a record-setting season where they claimed a Big Ten title and hosted a regional for the first time in program history.
Dean battled injury last season, while Savacool found his form.
The Terps showed improvement across the board despite the loss to UConn.