The Terps tallied 13 PRs over the weekend.
Dean and Smith inched themselves up the program record books with their performances.
The Terps took home a number of podium finishes and set several personal bests in the process.
It was the first time the Terps had competed in their home, Kehoe Track, in over two years.
The scholarship is worth $10,000, and Reicin said she plans to use it to help pay for graduate school.
Maryland will start its season at home, hosting the Maryland Invitational on March 26-27.
Nkwonta failed to land a single attempt in the shot put.
“The goal is to get first team All-American."
The duo combined to score all 14 points for the Terps, who finished in last place.
Caleb Dean finished in first place in the 60m hurdles with a time of 7.89 seconds, the second-best mark in program history.