The Terps posted their fourth-highest team score of the season.
The Terps posted their second-highest score of the season all while missing Emma Silberman, Elizabeth DeBarberie and Tayler Osterhout.
The Terps will square off against Illinois, Minnesota, Nebraska and Ohio State.
After struggling in the opening two rotations of the meet, the Terps shone on floor and vault.
Fueled by their unique song choices, the Terps are the No. 14 floor lineup in the country.
The Terps scored just one 49 Saturday afternoon, on floor.
The Terps will travel to Rutgers for the second weekend in a row.
“I’m hoping that this season is a turning point for the program,” coach Brett Nelligan said.
Freshman Reese McClure posted 9.9s on vault and floor.
The Terps will honor four seniors in the Terrapin Invitational.