“This will be a step up in competition level across the board.”
Myers leads the team with 56 blocks.
The Terps have been to a fifth set in four of their past six matches.
The Terps fell to George Mason earlier in the day.
The Terps found themselves trailing early in the fourth but mounted a comeback to close out the match.
“We get a lot more practice in rather than just focusing on traveling.”
Freshman Rebekah Rath and first-time starter Chloe Prejean stood out.
The Terps fell to UT-Rio Grande Valley and Houston in their first two matches of the tournament.
The Terps dropped their first match this season.
The Terps travel to San Antonio to play three matches in two days.