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.
The Terps were eliminated in overtime by Virginia in the NCAA tournament last season.
“Whether it hurts you or helps you,” Tillman said, “it’s really about getting the play right.”