The Terps have had runners place first in their respective events for three consecutive weeks.
After being dismissed by college track and field recruiters, Dean is breaking records just miles away from his high school.
Kaithon McDonald placed first in the men's high jump and Angel Nkwonta finished second in women's weight throw.
Dean set a program-best in the 60 meter and Nkwonta marked a Terps record for women's weight throw.
A dozen Terps qualified for the NCAA preliminary competitions.
"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."
The Terps tallied 13 PRs over the weekend.
Dean and Smith inched themselves up the program record books with their performances.
It was the first time the Terps had competed in their home, Kehoe Track, in over two years.
Caleb Dean finished in first place in the 60m hurdles with a time of 7.89 seconds, the second-best mark in program history.