The latter half of the Terps' lineup helped it beat Fairfield Friday.
Sophomore Amelia Lech had her first two career home runs at critical points in games.
Trinity Schlotterbeck finished with a line of four innings pitched, four strikeouts, no earned runs allowed, and only three hits surrendered as the Terps mercy-ruled BYU.
The Terps scored seven runs and danced all over the Spartans in the decisive victory.
The Terps made short work of the Eagles' pitching and downed them by mercy rule.
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 gave up a plethora of runs in the second inning, effectively putting the game out of reach early.
After their second doubleheader loss of the season, the Terps sit at 9-9.
Ligouri hit an RBI-single in the seventh inning to end a rough weekend on a positive note.
The Terps limited the Hoosiers to just one run through both contests on Saturday.