The Terps move on to face Michigan following their comfortable victory over the Spartans.
The Terps clinched a spot in the Big Ten tournament for the first time under coach Mark Montgomery.
The Terps recorded just four hits in the loss to the Spartans.
Wyche didn't give up a hit until the sixth inning, helping the Terps coast to a comfortable victory.
The Terps scored seven runs and danced all over the Spartans in the decisive victory.
The Terps bounced back from a mercy rule defeat, never ceding a lead in the second leg of their series with the Gophers.
The Terps had won three-straight Big Ten series to open conference play, but an all-around poor performance dropped them to 8-4 in Big Ten action.
Two runs in the top of the eighth inning doomed the Terps in the second match of their three-game series against the Wolverines.
After winning six straight, the Terps dropped the first game of their doubleheader with the Boilermakers.
The Terps made short work of the Eagles' pitching and downed them by mercy rule.