No. 32 Smith upset No. 6 Patrick Brucki, however he was the only Terp to find any point on the day.
The Terps' only bright spot came in a dominant win for Michael North at the 149-pound weight class.
The Terps need to win in the lower weights to break a long conference losing streak.
Sandoval won his bout, but the rest of the Terps struggled, dropping the final eight matchups of the meet.
The Terps were shutout for the first time since Feb. 2021, when they lost in similar fashion to the Nittany Lions.
Dominic Solis and Kyle Cochran picked up back-to-back wins for the Terps, however none of the other wrestlers were able to pick up points.
The Terps travel to face the Panthers as they continue their demanding nonconference schedule.
The Terps struggled early on, but strong showings from Dominic Solis and the later weight classes offered encouraging signs.
The Terps were able to win three bouts toward the end of the meet, but a slow start dashed any chances at an upset.
After falling behind 15-4, the Terps rallied to pull within three — but they ultimately came up short.