No. 4 Maryland (5-0) held off a second-half push by third-ranked and visiting Duke (3-1) on Sunday for a 4-3 victory in the B1G/ACC Cup. With the victory, the Terps are off to their best start since 2013.Senior goalkeeper Sarah Holliday made 10 saves for the Terps, who got goals from four players: Bibi Donraadt, Bodil Keus, Melissa Wilken and Nike Lorenz flung in a shot off a penalty corner for Maryland's fourth and final goal. Maryland took 11 shots to Duke's 15 and both teams had four penalty corners. No. 12 Northwestern beat No. 13 Boston College, 2-1, in double overtime in Sunday's first game.