Justin Gielen and Malcolm Johnston found the back of the net for the Terps.
Forward Alyssa Poarch had eight shots but couldn't put any in the back of the net.
“Giving up runs has been our problem for the last couple of weeks.”
Pritchard had just eight kills against the Buckeyes.
The Terps hit .138 and .133 in sets three and four.
"You really don’t have a single team that is weak."
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Jones, from Olney, transferred from Ohio State. Smith, from Baltimore, is a graduate transfer out of Clemson.
Las Vegas bookies don't seem to be too high on Maryland football this season, with multiple betting services giving the Terrapins low expected win totals.
Weather forced Thursday's game to continue on Friday morning.