Wells finished with 23 points and five rebounds to lead all scorers. No other Maryland player finished in double-digits in points.
Alex Len had a very quiet day and many of the Terps big men struggled with foul trouble throughout the game. The fact that Maryland was able to find a way to get a road win against an ACC opponent despite such a poor effort from Len is a positive. Len finished with just five points but did grab 10 rebounds.
It completes a sweep of Wake Forest and marks just the second road win in the ACC for the Terps this season.
Maryland carried a six-point lead into halftime despite turning the ball over eight times in the first 10 minutes of the game. Fortunately for the Terps, Wake Forest couldn't seem to hold onto the ball, either.
The Terps turned the ball over 19 times on the day but that was just one more than Wake Forest. Maryland out-rebounded the Demon Deacons by eight and held them to just 32 percent shooting from the field.
It doesn't do much for Maryland's incredibly slim NCAA hopes, though it does give them a glimmer of hope that a win at home against North Carolina could help them crawl back into the picture. With a game at surging Virginia to finish out the season, Maryland does have two more chances to pad their resume and impress the selection committee.
After that, it's on to the ACC tournament where Maryland will either try to continue a late season surge for an at-large NCAA bid or have to win the whole thing to automatically qualify.
More than likely, Maryland will simply be solidifying it's spot in the NIT, which would be good experience for the young team.