The two earned the title after posting an impressive 3-0 record during the event. Their title comes after previously capturing a doubles championship at the Columbia Invitational earlier this fall.
"I'm very proud of Arnelle and Millie," head coach Daria Panova said. "They were a new pairing for us this fall and they improved every weekend they played together. We saw a lot of growth as a team this fall and now we're focused on getting ready for our spring season."
This is the second consecutive season Maryland won the doubles flight of the Kitty Harrison Invitational. Senior Ekaterina Tour was part of the duo that won the 2016 title.
The Kitty Harrison Invitational was the final event of Maryland's fall campaign. The Terps will be back in action on Jan. 21 when they open the spring season at home against Harvard.