The Terps finished the regular season at 19-12, their best performance since joining the Big Ten.
The Terps were swept by the Buckeyes for the second time this season and were dealt their third-straight loss at home.
Lewis has played very little so far this season but was the spark the Terps needed to win at Northwestern.
After snapping a four-game losing streak at Northwestern, the Terps fall on the road again for the seventh time this season.
After dropping the third and fourth sets, the Terps came back and took a close fifth frame.
The Terps dropped their fourth straight game and the Hawkeyes earned their third conference win.
The Terps couldn't match the Cornhuskers on the road, having difficulty with attacking errors throughout the match.
The Terps started to build momentum in the third set, but the Wolverines' efficient offense was able to best Maryland.
The Boilermakers closed the match on a 9-2 run to deny the Terps a chance at an upset.
After sweeping Rutgers for the second time, the Terps are confident going into games against No. 8 Purdue and Michigan.