The Cornhuskers racked up 49 kills in a dominant performance.
The Terps' second-set win was their first set victory over Nebraska since 2015.
It will be the second-straight weekend the Terps take on a top-10 team.
Lewis put up a career-high five kills against No. 7 Minnesota last Friday.
The Golden Gophers racked up six straight points in the final set to quell the Terps' comeback efforts.
The Terps will be facing off with former star Katie Myers, who transferred over the offseason.
The Terps were swept by Ohio State in two narrow matches this weekend.
The Buckeyes rallied from a 2-1 deficit and squeaked by in the decisive fifth set.
“It’s a really cool thing to be able to say you’re voting in your own gym."
“I think we’ve kind of turned an inward look on ourselves and said, ‘How do we grow as a program, how do we grow as a group of individuals?’” coach Adam Hughes said.