Trinity Schlotterbeck's home run and a three-run fifth inning powered the Terps to victory.
After a pitchers' duel of a first game, the Terps bats came to life in the second game against the Nittany Lions.
Much like their first split doubleheader, the Terps lost a close first game only to come out swinging in the next one.
The Terps fell to 2-4 after two big losses to the Flames and the Hatters.
The Terps competed with the Volunteers and lost, 2-1. But they came back with a vengeance against the Panthers and mercied them in six innings, 10-2.
The Terps finished the year with a 19-25 record.
The Terps limited the Hoosiers to just one run through both contests on Saturday.
Jennifer Brann allowed no runs and one hit while striking out seven in 4.1 innings.
The Terps gave up five runs in the sixth to pick up their third straight defeat.