Clevenger set the single-game assists record with eight assists in the win.
Libby May scored five goals on five shot attempts as the Terps pulled away from the Wolverines to notch their second Big Ten win of the season.
The Terps scored six goals in the fourth quarter to take down the Gators.
The Terps easily defeated the Gators to secure their first Final Four appearance since 2019.
Eloise Clevenger's four-goal performance helped the Terps clinch the Big Ten regular-season title outright.
A career-high seven goals from Libby May and 16 saves from Emily Sterling helped the Terps clinch a share of the Big Ten regular-season title.
The Terps were slow to start, but five goals each from Aurora Cordingley and Hannah Leubecker pushed them to 12-1.
Led by Emily Sterling's career-high 13 saves, the Terps overwhelmed the Nittany Lions on the defensive end.
Powered by 10 different goal scorers, the Terps earned a convincing win over a conference foe.
The athletic department has placed more emphasis on rehabilitating minds as well as bodies in Maryland college athletes such as Victoria Hensh.