The Terps had a season-high 15 turnovers, nine of which came in the first half.
The Terps hadn't lost back-to-back games since 2006.
The Terps next play Notre Dame on Feb. 29.
“We’re excited about him being able to continue to build off of that.”
“We’re all really hungry right now."
The Terps scored four straight goals late, but they fell short.
“[When] teams make a mistake, if you can pump one in, it does go a long way."
“Our defense just stuck together one stop at a time — we came together in the second half.”
Warther and Ahearn combined for 10 points.
Attackmen Daniel Maltz and Jared Bernhardt led the way with nine combined goals.