The Terps held two exhibition matches over the weekend, playing their annual Red-White scrimmage and hosting local club team, DC Dragons.
Coach Missy Meharg brought on two former Terps in Kasey Tapman Asper and Sarah Holliday, and the Canadian men's international team captain Scott Tupper.
The Terps did not register a shot on goal.
The No. 4-seed Terps will face the No. 5-seed Iowa Hawkeyes on Wednesday for a spot in the semifinals.
The Terps snapped a three-game losing streak and entered the Big Ten tournament on a high note.
The goal lifted the Terps to a weekend sweep of the Scarlet Knights.
All four Maryland goals resulted from penalty corners.
Scarlet Knights' coach Meredith Civico was one of the pieces to Maryland's 2005 national championship-winning side.
The Terps tallied 13 shots but were shutout Sunday.
Wolverines goalkeeper Anna Spieker made five saves.