Dean will be the Terps' lone representative at the NCAA championships next month in Eugene, Oregon.
The men's 4x800 relay team clinched the Terps' top time in program history.
The Terps’ long distance running and throwers set multiple personal records after a week off.
The Terps split up to compete at NC State and UCF last weekend.
The Terps thrived at home in their first meet of the outdoor season.
No Terps qualified for next week's NCAA championships.
Kaithon McDonald placed first in the men's high jump and Angel Nkwonta finished second in women's weight throw.
A dozen Terps qualified for the NCAA preliminary competitions.
Angel Nkwonta notched a personal best of 61.50 meters in the hammer throw.
"Finishing out the meet with a strong showing in the field events and relays on the track was a great way to end the weekend."