Sophomore Gordon Wild scored a hat trick to lead No. 1 Maryland (14-0-2) to a 3-2 double-overtime win over visiting Delaware (10-6-1) in men's soccer Tuesday night. Wild — second nationally in goals with 14 — scored his sixth game-winning goal of the year in the 107th minute to give the Terps (14-0-2) their 11th straight win and 21st straight match without a loss. Maryland wrapped up its first perfect home regular-season (11-0) since 2005, when it captured the national championship. The Terps took the lead in the fourth minute when Wild finished to the near post on Amar Sejdic's ninth assist of the year, a through ball from the far side of the box. The Blue Hens scored the equalizer at 22:39 on a header from Guillermo Delgado from 5 yards after a cross from Carlos Perales. Delgado scored the go-ahead goal off a rebound from a save by Cody Niedermeier (Broadneck) in the 73rd minute. Wild pulled the Maryland back even three minutes later as George Campbell (McDonogh) back-flipped the ball to Chris Odoi-Atsem, who made a run along the near sideline, then served a ball from 20 yards to Wild for the finish. In the second overtime period, Jake Rozhansky won a ball near midfield and dished to Eryk Williamson, who threaded a pass into the center of the box for Wild's third goal of the night. "We have a love affair with our fans and it seems we want to make things exciting to keep them coming back," Terps coach Sasho Cirovski said. "It's a great result against a very good Delaware team. Two of the best forwards in the country put on a show. They were a very good counterattacking team, a very good passing team and they posed some problems for us. We once again found the resilience to come back when things got tough and we found the mental strength to put in the game-winner. I think this team has shown a lot of resilience and mental strength throughout, but make no mistake, we are a tired team. We keep taking everyone's shot in this ring we call Ludwig Field, but we're coming out on top. I think it was another great night in Ludwig, a little too dramatic, but we'll take the win." Maryland will complete the regular season with a Big Ten match at Michigan at 1 p.m. Sunday on the Big Ten Network.