The Terps went winless in conference play for the first time since joining the Big Ten and look set to end their 22-year streak of consecutive NCAA tournaments.
The Terps started their defense of the regular season Big Ten championship with one point instead of three.
The No. 20 Terps missed a penalty kick after conceding one of their own as they dropped their first game against the Cavaliers since 2019.
Johnston was selected by New York City FC in the first round, Rindov was selected by Sporting Kansas City in the second round and Hunter George was selected by San Jose Earthquakes in the third round.
Colin Griffith’s goal helped the Terps overcome two missed penalty kicks.
The redshirt sophomore scored, assisted and created multiple chances for teammates Friday.
The Terps struggled to stay in front against the Nittany Lions, ultimately resulting in a draw.
The defender’s tally showcased his strong play for the Terps.
The Terps have conceded just three shots on goal in their first two games of the season.
The Terps couldn't cash in on a host of opportunities in their second game of the season.