Dean will be the Terps' lone representative at the NCAA championships next month in Eugene, Oregon.
Dean's podium finish in the 400-meter hurdles highlighted a successful meet for the Terps.
The Terps fought through poor weather conditions as they prepped for the Big Ten outdoor track and field championships.
Ariana Ealy-Pudo broke her own program record in the 100-meter hurdles on a day where the Terps set ten personal records.
Ealy-Pulido's program record-breaking 13.70 time in the 100 meter hurdles was one of eight top-10 finishes for the Terps.
The twin sisters have done everything side-by-side for 22 years, now racing together for Maryland track and field.
Caleb Dean placed second in the 400 meter hurdles to lead the Terps' charge in Gainesville, Florida.
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.