The Terps' lack of pitching depth showed again as the Terps gave up 32 runs in back-to-back losses that ended their season.
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 Wake Forest Saturday at 6 p.m.
The Terps advanced to their first Big Ten tournament semifinal in six years due to Lorusso's blast and strong pitching performances.
Four pitchers combined to allow just one run across the last eight innings of the game.
Nigel Belgrave pitched two scoreless innings on Sunday morning to cap off a narrow rain-delayed victory for the Terps.
The Terps added four pitchers that looked like they would help a steady group of returning arms but the staff has struggled so far this season.
Dean's 105 pitches were the most he's thrown all season for the Terps.
The Terps could only manage two runs against the Knights' Ruddy Gomez.
Nick Dean combined with the Terps' bullpen to do just enough to capture their first series victory in almost a month.