The Terps' season comes to an end after struggling to overcome rough pitching performances throughout their elimination game.
The Terps dominated in both sides of the game as they launched seven homers and Sean Burke put together a strong start.
The Terps struggled to keep the 49ers silent, allowing runs in six straight innings.
The Terps now sit tied for second place in the Big Ten.
The Terps struggled to halt the Wolverines' powerhouse offense and their bats ran cold until it was too late.
Sean Burke allowed one earned run in a bounceback start for the Terps.
Vought clubbed three home runs in the second game of the twin bill as the Terps won the series.
The Terps are 9-1 in their last 10 games and look to continue their hot streak in Champaign.
Troy Schreffler and Kevin Keister were among the productive additions to a banged-up order.
The surging Terps earned a series sweep against the bottom-of-the-conference Golden Gophers.