The Terps made their first NCAA tournament appearance since 2017 and established what could become the new culture for Maryland baseball.
The Terps dominated in both sides of the game as they launched seven homers and Sean Burke put together a strong start.
Despite the senior day loss, the Terps are still in prime position to make the NCAA tournament.
The Terps now sit tied for second place in the Big Ten.
Matt Orlando's double in the eleventh inning and six straight strikeouts from Ryan Ramsey set the Terps up for a monumental win.
"This is the first time … where I feel like that was a legit complete game."
The Terps are 9-1 in their last 10 games and look to continue their hot streak in Champaign.
Troy Schreffler and Kevin Keister were among the productive additions to a banged-up order.
Chris Alleyne, Max Costes and Ben Cowles combined to drive in seven runs.
The Terps plated seven runs in the sixth inning.