ROSEMONT, ILL. -- Kevin Huerter scored 18 points to pace Maryland to a 71-64 road win at Northwestern on Monday night.
With Huerter leading the way, the Terrapins (19-11, 8-9 Big Ten) won on the road for the first time since Dec. 3 and handed Northwestern (15-14, 6-10) another difficult loss.
Maryland erases an 11-point deficit in the second half to secure the seven-point victory.
Scottie Lindsey scored 15, but the Wildcats dropped their fourth in a row.
Northwestern led by 11 early in the second and was up 54-49 midway through the half when the Terrapins went on a 16-2 run.
They took advantage of three turnovers while scoring nine straight, with Huerter's pull-up 3 off a steal by Wiley making it 58-54.
Lindsey scored 10 and hit two of Northwestern's eight 3-pointers in the first half to help the Wildcats take a 37-30 lead to the locker room.
Maryland led by seven midway through the half after a 15-1 run. But the Wildcats outscored the Terrapins 17-7 over the final 6 minutes, including 10 straight before Maryland's Bruno Fernando answered a dunk by Lindsey with one of his own in the closing seconds.
The Terrapins will close out the regular season at home against No. 17 Michigan on Saturday. Maryland will honor its three seniors in Jared Nickens, Michal Cekovsky and Sean Obi in a pre-game ceremony prior to tip at noon.
The Associated Press contributed to this report