Ball bolsters the Terps defense after four years at Rutgers.
Shaylan Ahearn, Brianna Lamoureux, Hannah Leubecker, Libby May and Emily Sterling plan on playing for the Terps next season.
The Terps have won 23 of their last 25 matchups against the Orange.
Abby Bosco and Marge Donovan are both using their extra year of eligibility for one last ride with the Terps.
After taking their first loss of the season to James Madison, the Terps easily dispatched Georgetown.
The Terps dominated the Gators in their second top-10 matchup of the season and Aurora Cordingly scored her 200th career point.
While the Terps clocked 20 goals in their season-opening win, Reese's squad wants to cut down on turnovers.
The Terps controlled the game from start to finish to kick off their season in confident fashion.
The Terps have held opponents to single-digit goal tallies in four straight games.
Schettig leads the Terps in ground balls (17), is tied for the team lead in caused turnovers (9), and has won the second most draw controls (16).