The Terps fought through poor weather conditions as they prepped for the Big Ten outdoor track and field championships.
The men's 4x800 relay team clinched the Terps' top time in program history.
Ariana Ealy-Pudo broke her own program record in the 100-meter hurdles on a day where the Terps set ten personal records.
The Terps thrived at home in their first meet of the outdoor season.
The Terps have had runners place first in their respective events for three consecutive weeks.
Kaithon McDonald placed first in the men's high jump and Angel Nkwonta finished second in women's weight throw.
Angel Nkwonta notched a personal best of 61.50 meters in the hammer throw.
The duo combined to score all 14 points for the Terps, who finished in last place.