Lewis has played very little so far this season but was the spark the Terps needed to win at Northwestern.
Jones began kneeling during the national anthem earlier this year and was recently criticized by spectators during a matchup with Nebraska.
The Boilermakers closed the match on a 9-2 run to deny the Terps a chance at an upset.
Dowler had spent the matchup setting up her teammates to score, but when the Terps needed a spark, she delivered.
The Terps easily dispatched the Spartans behind Csire's 19 kills and earned their third straight conference win.
The Terps won their second straight game for the first time since Sept. 24, beating the Scarlet Knights in straight sets.
Csire had five kills and two service aces in the third set to turn a close match into a Terps victory.
The Terps took the Wildcats down to the wire, playing out a 17-15 final set in College Park.
The Terps are 9-0 and have won 14 straight sets.
"Everyone’s going to know who Milan is by the time she finishes here," coach Adam Hughes said.