As a result of six other teams ranked in the Top 10 last week also losing, Maryland dropped only one spot in the Associated Press Top 25 media poll released Monday.
The Terps, who lost at Michigan State on Saturday, fell to No. 8.
Maryland also dropped two spots, from fifth to seventh, in the USA Today Sports coaches' poll.
That Maryland (17-3) didn't drop out of the Top 10 for the first time season sets up the first matchup of Top 10 teams in the history of the Xfinity (nee Comcast) Center when now-No. 3 Iowa (16-3) visits Thursday night.
The Terps won that game, as well as the last meeting of Top 10 teams on campus when then-No. 3 Maryland beat the No. 1 Duke during the 2001-02 season, the year the Terps won the NCAA championship and played for the last time in Cole Field House.