Jared Bernhardt and Nick Grill were named the conference's offensive and defensive player of the year, respectively.
The Terps went on a 7-0 run in the second and third quarters, including a strike from goalie Logan McNaney.
The Terps scored eight unanswered goals in the third period to put the game away.
Fueled by a strong returning class and some experienced newcomers, the Terps are poised to compete at the top of the Big Ten.
The Terps raised $48,000 for charity.
“People don’t dream about being on scout team,” midfielder Roman Puglise said. “But those scout guys accept their role.”
“Our defense just stuck together one stop at a time — we came together in the second half.”
Attackmen Daniel Maltz and Jared Bernhardt led the way with nine combined goals.
The Terps scored their most goals in a game since 2013.
The Terps were also picked to finish No. 2 in the conference, behind Penn State.