The Terps turned the ball over on almost a third of their possessions against the Scarlet Knights, the worst mark in a conference game since they joined the Big Ten.
The Terps suffered their largest conference defeat since joining the Big Ten and fell to 10-4 as Dickinson and the Wolverines dominated coach Kevin Willard's squad.
The Terps fell to their third consecutive loss in a lopsided fashion against the Bruins, suffering their worst ever lost at Xfinity Center.
The Terps fell to 8-1 after an undefeated start to the season.
Maryland's starting five has powered one of the most efficient offenses in the country so far this season despite a lack of scoring from the bench.
The Terps held a sizable lead for the vast majority of the game.
Reese finished with a career-high 19 points and 12 rebounds.
The Terps guard recovered from injury and came to College Park with his mother by his side.
The victory marked the Terps' 46th consecutive home-opener win in coach Kevin Willard's first game.