Nigel Belgrave pitched two scoreless innings on Sunday morning to cap off a narrow rain-delayed victory for the Terps.
Hart notched six assists against the Golden Gophers with his role as a key ball handler and distributor for the Terps growing.
Maryland faithful raced onto the hardwood as a hallmark moment in the young Kevin Willard era graced the Xfinity Center floor after the Terps' win over Purdue.
“I can say that I’ve been a part of both Maryland’s Big Ten wins … it doesn’t get any less sweet,” Smith said.
Reese scored 19 points in the Terps' loss to Purdue, his career high in a Big Ten game.
Jahmir Young couldn't get a last-second game-tying three to go as the Terps fell to 3-5 in conference play.
Maryland tennis is now 16-5 this season, and one win away from tying the program's season win record of 17 set in 1988.
After a slow start to the season, the Terps bats are bringing them Big Ten wins.
With the potential for a last-second upset victory, the Terps couldn't pull out the win over the Boilermakers.
After sweeping Rutgers for the second time, the Terps are confident going into games against No. 8 Purdue and Michigan.