The Terps gave up seven runs in the first three innings in their Big Ten tournament loss.
Trinity Schlotterbeck's home run and a three-run fifth inning powered the Terps to victory.
After the Terps honored coach Mark Montgomery for his 600th career win, they earned his 601st in a thriller.
The Terps got their win back after falling to the Bison on Friday, 3-2.
After a month on the road, the Terps are prepared to play in a familiar environment.
The Razorbacks' Mary Haff shut the Terps out with a perfect game, but later they put on an offensive show against the Dukes.
The Terps' winning streak was capped at five after losing to the 49ers in the second game of the day.
Schlotterbeck and Wyche have helped the Terps to win six of their last seven games.
After a slow offensive start, the Terps showed off their power at the plate. They bashed 10 extra-base hits at the Chanticleer Showdown.
After dropping their first game at the Chanticleer Showdown, the Terps won four straight and sit at 8-5 on the season.