The Terps have earned just one point from a possible nine in their first three conference games.
Montgomery started all five players celebrating their senior day in the second game of the Terps' doubleheader against Wisconsin on Saturday.
Young's averaged 25.5 points per game at home against conference foes, resulting in four wins and zero losses for the Terps.
The Terps dropped seven spots in the rankings after they fell at Wisconsin Tuesday and lost to then-No. 7 Tennessee at Barclays Center Sunday.
The Terps were in a similar position when they played then-No. 5 NC State.
Four Terps clocked double digits, led by Angel Reese with 19 points.
Despite some tough losses to conference opponents, Smith and North stood out in a good way.
Following Maryland’s match with Penn State Wednesday, the Terps will hit the road again to face the Ohio State Buckeyes.
The Terps are now 1-9 all-time against the Badgers.
The Terps (12-0) will face No. 2 Wisconsin on Friday.