The Terps' early exit from the Big Ten Tournament clouded their tournament seeding path, as the team moved to 21-9.
The Terps missed all 12 of their 3-pointers in their 62-51 loss to the Hoosiers, and will not make the Big Ten Championship game for the first time since joining the conference in 2015.
The Terps struggled to create offense in their first round matchup, putting up a tournament-low 51 points in the loss.
Reese is fully healthy to help the Terps take home the trophy again.
Since stepping away from competitive play, Lewis brings plenty to the Terps in an advisory role.
The Terps' entire starting lineup each received at least one honor.
Reese overcame a third quarter injury scare to help push the Terps past Indiana in their regular season home finale.
The Terps closed out their regular season on a high note, ousting the Hoosiers at the Xfinity Center to move to 21-7.
The Terps have won eight of their last nine games, and have one last chance to defend home turf against Indiana on Friday, Feb. 25 at the Xfinity Center.
The Terps were unable to find open shots thanks to stifling Michigan defense, which gave coach Brenda Frese's squad its first loss since Jan. 20