The Retrievers (3-2) came within three of the Terps early in the second half, but Maryland scored five unanswered goals over the next 3:21 to shut the door.
Maryland (6-0) held a 21-8 advantage on draw controls in the contest, including a game-high seven draws from freshman midfielder Taylor Cummings (McDonogh).
Aust reached the assist record with 11 minutes to go in the game. In the past three games, she has 30 points, 17 on assists.
Jen Adams, now the Loyola coach, set the Terps record of 12 points in a game in 2001.
No. 2 Florida 16, No. 12 Loyola 7: Senior attacker Kitty Cullen (McDonogh) had seven points to guide the host Gators (8-0) to a win over the visiting Greyhounds. It was their fourth win over a Top 10 opponent this season.
Junior Marlee Paton scored her 100th career goal and 150th career point for Loyola (2-3), becoming the ninth player in school history to reach both milestones.
Cullen led the Gators with five goals and two assists on the afternoon while sophomore midfielder Shannon Gilroy and senior attack Brittany Dashiell (John Carroll) each chipped in hat tricks to help the Gators score in double digits for the seventh straight game.
The Greyhounds rallied for three straight goals at the beginning of the second half to pull within 8-7, but the Gators answered with a string of eight straight goals to close out the game.
Washington 14, St. Mary's 8: Senior attacker Corinne Ziccardi (Loch Raven) became the 10th player in team history to reach 100 career goals as the host Shorewomen (3-0) beat the visiting Seahawks (2-3).
Washington 13, St. Mary's 12, OT: Senior midfielder Patrick Coyle (Calvert Hall) scored the winning goal just 11 seconds into overtime as the visiting Shoremen (3-0) rallied from an 11-7 fourth-quarter deficit to top the Seahawks (2-2).
McDaniel 12, Goucher 11: The Green Terror (1-4) built a 12-8 lead late in the third quarter before holding on for a win over the Gophers (1-4).
Hood 7, Susquehanna 2: The Blazers (2-2) scored six first-half goals en route to a victory against the visiting Crusaders (1-4).
No. 2 Cornell 18, Canisius 7: The Golden Griffins (0-3) hung with the Big Red (4-0) for three quarters, but the visitors scored the final 10 goals of the game in a blowout victory. Cornell finished the game with a 57-28 advantage in shots and a 33-26 edge in ground balls.
No. 5 Princeton 14, Villanova 11: Jeff Froccaro had three goals to lead the Tigers (3-0) to a come-from-behind win over the host Wildcats (1-3). Two of Froccaro's goals came 24 seconds apart in the fourth quarter.
Hobart 9, No. 7 Colgate 8, OT: Sophomore midfielder Taylor Vanderbeek scored with 1:48 remaining in overtime to give the Statesmen (2-2) a victory over the visiting Raiders (3-2).
No. 13 Virginia 12, Vermont 10: The host Cavaliers (5-1) scored five goals in the fourth quarter to escape with a victory over the Catamounts (1-4). Virginia mounted a comeback after falling behind in the second half, scoring three goals in a row to take a 10-9 lead, its first since the 3:44 mark of the first quarter.
No. 14 Penn 6, Lehigh 4: The Quakers (3-1) and Mountain Hawks (3-3) went back and forth, but the visitors earned the win thanks to two points from Tim Schwalje.
Albany 15, No. 16 Massachusetts 9: Lyle Thompson scored five goals and handed out three assists to lead the host Great Danes (2-2) to a 15-9 victory over the Minutemen (3-2). Albany outshot Massachusetts 39-35 and held a 38-29 advantage in ground balls.
No. 17 Yale 14, Sacred Heart 6: Junior Conrad Oberbeck contributed three goals and an assist, while senior Kirby Zdrill found the net twice as the visiting Bulldogs (2-1) dominated the Pioneers (0-4).
No. 6 Notre Dame 22, Detroit 1: The Fighting Irish (4-0) led 13-0 at halftime, and had five players with multi-goal games and two players with four goals each in the rout of the visiting Titans (1-4).
No. 8 Georgetown 15, Stanford 8: The visiting Hoyas (4-0) held the Cardinal (2-2) to three second-half goals. Caroline Tarzian led Georgetown with five goals.Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun