The Terps’ successful offensive averaged more than 16 goals this season, one of the best marks in program history. After five hits in the first 15 minutes on Saturday, the Terps attack slowed. Maryland shot 19 shots in the first half, but Johns Hopkins goalkeeper Tim Marcille only had to save two to keep the terps down to six goals. The Terps posted 16 sales, the second highest of the season. But they didn’t let the Blue Jays benefit from an advantage in the encounters (both teams won 13 out of 26) and Maryland goalkeeper Logan McNaney, who has never lost as a starter, made seven saves.